Discover exciting ways to create Windows-based applications
The arrival of Windows 8 is a complete game changer. The operating system and its development platform offer you an entirely new way to create rich, full-featured Windows-based applications. This team of authors takes you on a journey through all the new development features of the Windows 8 platform, specifically how to utilize Visual Studio 2012 and the XAML/C# languages to produce robust apps that are ready for deployment in the new Windows Store.
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Nick Lecrenski is the founder/lead developer of MyFitnessJournal.com, a fitness tracking website that utilizes JQuery, HTML 5, and CSS.
Doug Holland is an architect with Microsoft's Developer and Platform Evangelism team and works with Microsoft's strategic ISV partners to help bring new and exciting experiences to consumers on Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.
Allen Sanders is an architect at Teksouth Corporation and co-owner of LiquidKey, LLC. He provides expertise from the user experience to the database for line of business, Windows 8, and Windows Phone solutions.
Kevin Ashley is an architect at Microsoft and the author of top apps for Windows 8 and Windows Phone.
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Easy to follow and a good book to get you started. Examples are very good, and I use them as reference while writing my first app.Published 11 months ago by Christopher Elrod
Good presentation about win 8.
About Visual Studio, this book focused more in procedural codes than visual aspects. I consider as complementary knowledge.
Lucid and well written. Just over 400 pages, with decent examples. Covers the ground you need to get started with C# and XAML. Read morePublished 18 months ago by A. Struthers