Have you checked out the Windows Store apps Dev Center lately?
It’s been filled with excellent resources for learning about and developing Windows Store apps. From code, to design guidelines, it’s chuck full of what you need to develop Windows Store Apps.
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With the Hub control you can create a hub page.
This pattern is best for apps with large content collections or many distinct sections of content for a user to explore.
The essence of hub design is the separation of content into different sections and different levels of detail. Hub pages are the user's entry point to the app. Here content is displayed in a horizontally or vertically panning view that enables users to get a glimpse of what's new and available. The hub consists of different categories of content, each of which maps to the app's section pages. Each section should bubble up content or functionality. The hub should offer a lot of visual variety, engage users, and draw them in to different parts of the app.
Developed in collaboration with AppendTo and Sauce Labs, BrowserSwarm is powered through the cloud, allowing developers to save time setting up multiple browser or device testing environments and precious server resources, Microsoft said.
Do you know when
it’s safe to use non-strict comparison operators?
to use feature detection?
you should use inline event handlers?
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