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  • Building Windows Store Business Apps with Prism

    Building Windows Store Business Apps with Prism

    When building client business applications for WinRT and the Windows Store in XAML you need to design your application for maintainability and testability. To achieve this, you need to design your application following principles of separation of concerns

  • WPF Data Binding in Depth

    WPF Data Binding in Depth

    The data binding capabilities of WPF are one of the most powerful parts of the XAML platform. Data binding allows you to keep your XAML UI definition loosely coupled from the logic and data access that gets data into the application that will be used for

  • Force.com Design Patterns - Part 2

    Force.com Design Patterns - Part 2

    Part 2 of this course covers test design patterns, Visualforce architecture and JavaScript Remoting using Knockout.js to demonstrate real-time data binding from DOM to SObject. It concludes with a unique Apex design pattern that's tailor made for the Forc

  • Cross-platform Development in .NET and WinRT

    Cross-platform Development in .NET and WinRT

    Imagine a world where the .NET developer can create and compile code that will run on multiple .NET platforms. The same code runs on WP, WPF, SL, XBox, and Windows Store apps. You can, and there are a few options available to you, such as linked files and

  • Knockout For the XAML Developer

    Knockout For the XAML Developer

    The Knockout for the XAML developer course helps XAML developers, whether you're a WPF or Silverlight developer, take their existing MVVM skills and transition them to the exciting world of HTML development. In this course, we take a look at many differ

  • Windows 8 : From Design to Delivery with C# and XAML

    Windows 8 : From Design to Delivery with C# and XAML

    Windows 8 From Design To Delivery with XAML and C# walks through the design, implementation, testing, and delivery of a real-world application. This course puts Windows 8 programming skills into context by creating a non-trivial application from scratch.

  • Single Page Apps JumpStart

    Single Page Apps JumpStart

    Build a Single Page Application (SPA), in JavaScript and HTML, with a rich user experience and runs on almost any device! Start from File / New project and build a fully functional SPA with multiple pages, insert, update, delete, validation, and more. We'

  • Building A Real-World Windows 8 Application Architecture Using MVVM

    Building A Real-World Windows 8 Application Architecture Using MVVM

    MVVM has been covered a lot in numerous sessions and articles. Still, some people are a bit confused when they are building a complete application based on the pattern. On top of that, Windows 8 brings a lot of new features to the table including contract

  • Windows 8 Store Apps Hands-on in 20 Lessons

    Windows 8 Store Apps Hands-on in 20 Lessons

    This course takes the learner through a complete and in-depth lap around building a Windows 8 Store app. Areas covered include planning an app, designing and creating a store-ready user experience, handling the application lifecycle and hooking into key W

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