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VB Part 4: File access and pickers

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This is the fourth and final part of the build your first Windows Store app with Visual Basic video series. In this video, you'll learn how to use the File Picker API, how to do data bind properties of a file to controls, and we'll show how to preserve access to a file for later use using the StorageApplicationsPermissions class.

 

[01:21] Step 1: Use a File Picker to get an image file
[09:13] Step 2: Bind UI controls to file data
[12:10] Step 3 : Save and load state

VB Part 3: Navigation, layout, and views (2 of 2)

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This is Part 3 of the four part series that walks you through building your first Windows Store app with Visual Basic. This is the second video of Part 3: Navigation, layout, and views. In this second video, we'll add an app bar for navigation and we'll add a fluid layout for our page that works in landscape, snapped, or portrait views.

[00:20] Step 2 Continued: Add controls and content to a page
[20:59] Step 3: Adapt the page layout to different orientations and views

VB Part 3: Navigation, layout, and views (1 of 2)

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This is Part 3 of the four part series that walks you through building your first Windows Store app with Visual Basic. Part 3, navigation, layout, and views is divided into two videos. In this first video, we'll show how to navigate between pages, how to use panel controls like the Grid, StackPanel, and Canvas, and how to use Visual Studio for designing page layout.

[00:22] Step 1: Add pages and navigation
[05:02] Step 2: Add controls and content to a page



VB Part 2: Manage app lifecycle and state

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This is Part 2 of the four part series that walks you through building your first Windows Store app with Visual Basic. In this video, you'll learn about the app lifecycle and how to save and restore data to roaming settings and to session state.

 

[02:22] Step 1: Using SuspensionManager
[04:20] Step 2: Save the app's state
[10:34] Step 3: Restore the app's state

VB Part 1: Create a Hello world app

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This is the first of five videos that walks you through building your first Windows Store app with Visual Basic. In this video, we'll build a simple Hello world using XAML and Visual Basic.

[01:43] Before you start
[02:23] Step 1: Create a new project in Visual Studio
[06:14] Step 2: Start the app
[07:27] Step 3: Modify your start page
[14:56] Step 4: Create an event Handler
[17:25] Step 5: Style the start page

C# Part 4: File access and pickers

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This is the fourth and final part of the build your first Windows Store app with C# video series. In this video, you'll learn how to use the File Picker API, how to do data bind properties of a file to controls, and we'll show how to preserve access to a file for later use using the StorageApplicationsPermissions class.

 

[00:22] Step 1: Use a File Picker to get an image file
[08:35] Step 2: Bind UI controls to file data
[12:37] Step 3 : Save and load state

C# Part 3: Navigation, layout, and views (2 of 2)

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This is Part 3 of the four part series that walks you through building your first Windows Store app with C#. This is the second video of Part 3: Navigation, layout, and views. In this second video, we'll add an app bar for navigation and we'll add a fluid layout for our page that works in landscape, snapped, or portrait views.

 

[00:17] Step 2 Continued: Add controls and content to a page
[21:10] Step 3: Adapt the page layout to different orientations and views

C# Part 3: Navigation, layout and views (1 of 2)

por Microsoft

This is Part 3 of the four part series that walks you through building your first Windows Store app with C#. Part 3, navigation, layout, and views is divided into two videos. In this first video, we'll show how to navigate between pages, how to use panel controls like the Grid, StackPanel, and Canvas, and how to use Visual Studio for designing page layout.

[00:22] Step 1: Add pages and navigation
[04:54] Step 2: Add controls and content to a page

C# Part 2: Manage app lifecycle and state

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This is Part 2 of the four part series that walks you through building your first Windows Store app with C#. In this video, you'll learn about the app lifecycle and how to save and restore data to roaming settings and to session state.

[02:22] Step 1: Using SuspensionManager
[04:23] Step 2: Save the app's state
[11:02] Step 3: Restore the app's state

C# Part 1: Create a Hello world app

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This is the first of five videos that walks you through building your first Windows Store app with C#. In this video, we'll build a simple Hello world using XAML and C#.

 

[01:44] Before you start

[02:24] Step 1: Create a new project in Visual Studio

[06:30] Step 2: Start the app

[07:42] Step 3: Modify your start page

[15:57] Step 4: Create an event Handler

[18:31] Step 5: Style the start page

JavaScript Part 3: PageControl objects and navigation

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This is the third video in a 3-part series designed to build your first Windows Store app. In this video, you'll learn how about PageControl objects, how to build a navigation app, how to handle page-to-page navigation, and how to add an app bar.

[00:22] Step 1: Create a new navigation app in Visual Studio
[03:19] Step 2: Copy your HTML and CSS content from your "Hello World" app
[06:35] Step 3: Copy your event handlers
[11:11] Step 4: Restoring the app's state
[16:09] Step 5: Add another page
[17:08] Step 6: Use the navigation function to move between pages
[21:12] Step 7: Add an app bar for additional navigation

JavaScript Part 2: Manage app lifecycle and state

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This is the second video in a 3-part series designed to build your first Windows Store app. In this video, you'll learn about the app lifecycle and how to save and restore data to roaming settings and to session state.

[02:52] Step 1: Save app data
[08:08] Step 2: Save session data
[09:28] Step 3: Restore the app's state

JavaScript Part 1: Create a Hello world app

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This is the first video in a 3-part series designed to build your first Windows Store app. In this video, you'll build a basic Hello, world app using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and learn how to use the Rating control, a Windows library for JavaScript control.

[01:14] Before you start
[01:52] Step 1: Create a new project in Visual Studio
[04:06] Step 2: Launch the app
[05:00] Step 3: Modify your start page
[07:51] Step 4: Create an event handler
[12:16] Step 5: Register the event handler when our app launches
[15:35] Step 6: Style our start page
[20:01] Step 7: Add a Windows library for JavaScript control
[21:41] Step 8: register an event handler for Windows library for JavaScript controls