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Windows 8 Save a collection to Application Storage sample in C# for Visual Studio 2012

How to get a content from Windows Phone webview control. Serialize / Deserialize an Object to an XML File (Windows Universal apps 8.1) EmailEmail WinRT’s built-in XML serialization makes it easy to save and load data in .xml files.

Serialize / Deserialize an Object to an XML File (Windows Universal apps 8.1)

This article will show you how to store an arbitrary object in an .xml file, and then how to load that data back. Typical uses for this would be saving game progress or storing a purchase order. This technique will work for WinRT 8.1 apps, and is therefore compatible with Universal Windows/Windows Phone apps that target version 8.1. Overview We will create a class with two methods – one takes an object and stores the data from that object in an .xml file; the other loads object data from an .xml file. Quickstart: Navigating between pages (XAML) This topic discusses basic navigation concepts and demonstrates how to create an app that navigates between two pages.

Quickstart: Navigating between pages (XAML)

For help choosing the best navigation pattern for your app, see Navigation patterns. See the Flat navigation and Hierarchical navigation patterns in action as part of our App features, start to finish series. Developpement Windows Phone - Navigation. Cet article fait partie d’une série d’articles sur le développement Windows Phone.

Developpement Windows Phone - Navigation

Il s’agit d’une traduction des articles se trouvant sur la MSDN. Sommaire. Quickstart: Local app data (XAML) Learn how to store and retrieve settings and files from the local app data store.

Quickstart: Local app data (XAML)

Roadmap: How does this topic relate to others? See: Get the containers for the app's settings and files Use the ApplicationData.LocalSettings property to get the settings in an ApplicationDataContainer object. Use the ApplicationData.LocalFolder property to get the files in a StorageFolder object.

Quickstart: Roaming app data (XAML) Learn how to store and retrieve settings and files from the roaming app data store.

Quickstart: Roaming app data (XAML)

For info about the roaming app data store and why you'd want to use it, see Roaming app data. Roadmap: How does this topic relate to others? See: Register to receive notification when roaming data changes Register for the DataChanged event. Accessing app data with the Windows Runtime (Windows Runtime apps) - Windows app development. App data is mutable data that is specific to a particular app.

Accessing app data with the Windows Runtime (Windows Runtime apps) - Windows app development

It includes runtime state, user preferences, and other settings. App data is created, read, updated, and deleted when the app is running. Developing Universal Windows Apps with C# and XAML. Applications universelles - Développement d’applications Windows. Développez une seule fois pour tous les appareils Windows à l’aide de Windows Runtime et d’outils VS unifiés qui vous permettent à la fois de prendre en charge les expériences propres à un appareil en XAML, HTML et DirectX, et de partager le code qui prend en charge ces expériences sur tous les appareils qui utilisent C++, C# ou JavaScript.

Applications universelles - Développement d’applications Windows

Une fois votre travail de développement terminé, vous pouvez produire les packages d’application que vous allez soumettre au Windows Store et au Windows Phone Store en une seule action pour mettre votre application à la disposition de vos clients sur n’importe quel appareil Windows. Using Visual Studio to build Universal XAML Apps - The Visual Studio Blog. At the Build conference, we announced the release of the new converged Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1 platforms.

Using Visual Studio to build Universal XAML Apps - The Visual Studio Blog

As a developer, this means you can now build XAML and HTML universal apps that run on both Phone and Tablets by sharing a significant amount of code and content. To enable building universal apps, we added a number of new features to Visual Studio as part of the Visual Studio Update 2 RC. You have two ways to learn more about these features. One way is through this blog post. The other way is by watching my Build talk that covers all of the material you will see here in more detail: There is no right or wrong way here, so pick either the video or the blog depending on how much time you have. Quick Start Challenge: Universal App. Developing Universal Windows Apps with HTML and JavaScript Jump Start. Créez des applications en C# pour Windows Phone 8. La révolution de la mobilité est en marche.

Créez des applications en C# pour Windows Phone 8

Nous connaissons tous l’iPhone qui a su conquérir un grand nombre d’utilisateurs, ainsi que les téléphones Android dont le nombre ne cesse de croitre… Ces téléphones intelligents (ou smartphones) deviennent omniprésents dans nos usages quotidiens. Microsoft se devait de monter dans le TGV de la mobilité ! Sont donc apparus, peu après ses deux grands concurrents, les téléphones Windows. Avec un peu plus de retard sur eux, Microsoft attaque ce marché avec plus de maturité qu’Apple qui a foncé en tant que pionnier et nous propose son système d’exploitation : Windows Phone.

C’est une bonne nouvelle pour nous ! Stratégies de partage de code XAML dans les applications universelles (1/2) - Stéphanie Hertrich - Site Home - MSDN Blogs. [Please find the EN version here] Implementing a SettingsFlyout (settings pane) in Windows Store Apps 8.1 » Iris Classon. Time for me to start updating the old blog posts on Windows Store Apps, or rather- provide the Windows 8.1 equivalents.

The first one is the Settingspane blog post. Previously you had to either hand craft one, or pull in a third party library. Now a control has been provided which makes it easier to add a Settingspane to an application. Here is how you do it: (and yes, images and code is same as in the answer I provided on StackOverflow, they dislike links as links die, so therefore the duplication.) Right click on project and select :

Adding settings to Windows 8.1 Store apps with the new SettingsFlyout control. We need to follow precise guidelines to add settings management in Windows Store apps: we must add commands to the Settings Charm and create a UI that respects strict rules. However, Windows 8 doesn’t provide a built-in control to define the so called Settings Flyout, so it is necessary to manually create it starting from the Popup control, or use third-party toolkits like Callisto. Things change with Windows 8.1. Add navigation and views in a C++ universal Windows app (tutorial 3 of 4) - Windows app development. This part of the C++ tutorial series teaches how to add pages and navigation, arrange controls and content on a page, and adapt the page layout to different orientations and views.

We're going to use the design tools in Visual Studio, but you can also create and modify a UI by typing XAML directly into the code editor. The UI design for your Store app is about defining its pages, the navigation between the pages, and the layout of content and commands on each page. Navigation patterns can help you choose the best navigation pattern for your app. Quickstart: Add app settings (XAML) Add customized settings to your app's Settings pane using the XAML SettingsFlyout control. All Windows Store apps automatically participate in the Settings contract.

Even if you never modify your app's settings, a user will be able to click on the Settings charm from within your app and see a default Settings pane. This default, system-provided Settings pane contains a Permissions link as well as six system settings, including volume, network information, and power. SettingsFlyout class - Windows app development. Represents a control that provides in-context access to settings that affect the current app.