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What’s Next for Windows Phone? Learn About Universal Apps

What’s Next for Windows Phone? Learn About Universal Apps

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If you want the latest tips and tricks on maximizing your app compatibility and optimizing your code, sign up for “Building Apps for Windows Phone 8.1 Jump Start,” a three-day (April 29, 30, and May 1) event led by seasoned experts. Learn to create universal app projects in Visual Studio that share a high percentage of code and that target both Windows and Windows Phone. Find out about new features, get code samples, and learn how to program the many new Windows Runtime APIs that are available to both Windows Store apps and to Windows Silverlight apps.

This is a great course for .NET and Silverlight app developers who want to design and build Windows Phone 8.1 apps using XAML and C#.  No prior experience with developing Windows Phone 8 apps is required.

Building Apps for Windows Phone 8.1 Jump Start

Date:  April 29, 30, and May 1, 2014
Time: 9am‒5pm PDT
Where: Live, online virtual classroom
Cost: Free!

Register now

  • I'm looking to buy a Windows 8 PC that is certified for development of Windows Phone 8.1 apps. Is it true that the requirements are the same as for supporting Windows 8 Client Hyper-V? How can I be certain that the PC satisfies these requirements, or am I forced to resort to trial and error? Why doesn't Microsoft develop a Certified for Client Hyper-V program?

  • Brian, this link is the best resource I know of to answer your questions but you should drop by during this course. I'm sure the subject matter experts answering questions would be able to advise you.

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