Microsoft Technical Evangelists Jeremy Foster and Michael Palermo kick off this course with an engaging discussion about how to design a Windows Store app. After outlining the differences between Web apps vs. Windows Store apps, they illustrate the eight traits of Windows App Design.
In this module, Michael Palermo and Jeremy Foster outline what is needed to develop Windows Store apps. This important session covers Tooling first, then focuses on Project Templates and a key Introduction to WinJS.
This module features Jeremy Foster and Michael Palermo covering the important areas of Working with Contracts. During the session, they cover Search, Share, Settings, FilePicker and PlayTo, and Media capture.
In this important module, Michael Palermo and Jeremy Foster focus on UI and Controls, covering topics such as WinJS controls, Progress control, Handling view state changes, and Taming the app bar.
Michael Palermo and Jeremy Foster cover several topics is this fun session. After an effective discussion about Authentication and Authorization, they focus on Custom input and gestures, Tiles, and Toast notifications.
Jeremy Foster and Michael Palermo finish this course with a demo-rich module covering Data Access. During the engaging discussion, they cover Storage options, Fetching remote data using WinJS.xhr(), Data binding and templating, and Fragment and page rendering.