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Introduction to Windows 7 Development

Course Summary

This tutorial is aimed at Windows developers (Windows Forms or WPF) who want to add Windows 7 capabilities to their application. The emphasis is on providing a helpful and efficient user experience by hooking into what Windows 7 has to offer. You do not n


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    Course Syllabus

    ● Light Up on Windows 7
        ◦ Introduction and lighting Up
        ◦ Version checking
        ◦ Demo: Enabling user interface components and notifying the User
        ◦ Demo: Exceptions on older versions
    ● Windows 7 Jumplists
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Windows API Code Pack
        ◦ Windows 7 Taskbar - Jumplists, overlays, thumbnails
        ◦ Jumplist terminology
        ◦ Demo: Recent and frequent destinations
        ◦ Demo: Custom categories in your jumplist
        ◦ Demo: Tasks in your jumplist
    ● Taskbar Overlays on Windows 7
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Demo: Icon Overlays
        ◦ Demo: Progress Bar Overlays
    ● Taskbar Thumbnails on Windows 7
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ The purpose for thumbnail buttons
        ◦ Demo: Thumbnail buttons
        ◦ Demo: Thumbnail Clipping
        ◦ Demo: Tabbed Thumbnails
        ◦ Taskbar Wrapup
    ● Network Awareness on Windows 7
        ◦ Introduction to Network Awareness
        ◦ How Network Awareness helps
        ◦ Demo: Online or Offline?
        ◦ Know Your Networks
        ◦ Demo: Know Your Networks
    ● Power Awareness on Windows 7
        ◦ Introduction to Power Awareness
        ◦ Why Power Awareness matters
        ◦ Demo: Monitoring Power Usage
        ◦ How Can Your App Extend Battery Life?
        ◦ Power Awareness and Events
    ● Windows 7 Libraries
        ◦ Introduction to Windows 7 Libraries
        ◦ How libraries help productivity
        ◦ Reading from and writing to a library
        ◦ Demo: Known libraries
    ● Demo: Library properties
        ◦ Demo: Managing libraries
    ● Windows 7 UAC and Manifests
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ UAC - What and why
        ◦ Demo: UAC in action
        ◦ What makes an application elevate?
        ◦ Demo: Manifests
        ◦ Demo: Other elevation issues
        ◦ What should you do about UAC?
    ● Partitioning Administrative Tasks for Windows 7
        ◦ Introduction to partitioning
        ◦ Some applications are for standard users but have administrative portions
        ◦ Demo: A partitioned app
        ◦ When and how to partition
    ● Known Folders for Windows 7
        ◦ Introduction to Known Folders
        ◦ A hardcoded path is a bug
        ◦ The Environment.Specialfolder enum
        ◦ Demo: Writing to AppData
        ◦ Code Pack's Known Folders
        ◦ Demo: Using a known library
        ◦ Demo: Exploring Known Folders
    ● Scheduled Tasks on Windows 7
        ◦ Introduction to Windows 7 Scheduled Tasks
        ◦ What is a Scheduled Task?
        ◦ Setting up a Scheduled Task
        ◦ Scheduled Tasks and Services
        ◦ Setting up a Scheduled Task from code

     


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Development & Implementations and Networks & IT Infrastructure Community

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