If you've spent any time at all browsing the Windows Store, you may have noticed that there are more than a few apps that show up with the default store logo, which is a simple box with an X through … more
In this installment of Windows 8: What I've learned, I'll discuss a bug in my app that came from a poor understanding of the underlying template I'd built on. Getting Started with a Template To jump … more
I'm a big fan of reuse wherever possible, so in this 6th installment of my Windows 8: What I've Learned series, I'm going to share a tip on how you can essentially get some great features for your … more
In this, the 5th, installment of Windows 8, What I've learned, I'm going to share a single line of code that can make your search-enabled Windows Store app absolutely awesome! Start by enabling … more
In this, the third, post in my series "Windows 8: What I've learned," I'll share how the behavior of script loading and unloading in some Windows 8 Metro app templates require a different approach … more
I've been playing quite a bit over the last few days with the new Windows 8 Release Preview, as part of a special team project I'm working on with some of my fellow DEs. One of the areas I was … more
Today, I'm kicking off a new blog series, which I'm calling Windows 8: What I've Learned, or W8WIL for short. I've had the good fortune of spending some quality time with the Windows 8 Consumer … more
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