Normal view MARC view ISBD view

Beginning Windows 8 Application Development.

By: Novák, István.
Contributor(s): Arvai, Zoltan | Balássy, György.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Somerset : Wiley, 2012Description: 1 online resource (624 p.).ISBN: 9781118221839.Subject(s): Microsoft Windows (Computer file) | Operating systems (Computers)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Beginning Windows 8 Application DevelopmentDDC classification: 005.446 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
""Beginning Windows 8 Application Development""; ""Credits""; ""About the Authors""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Contents""; ""Introduction""; ""Part I: Introduction to Windows 8 Application Development""; ""Chapter 1: A Brief History of Windows Application Development""; ""The Life of Windows""; ""History of APIs and Tools""; ""Catch-22 of Windows Application Development""; ""Summary""; ""Chapter 2: Using Windows 8""; ""Two Worlds, One Operating System""; ""Input Methods""; ""Logging In""; ""The Start Screen""; ""The Windows Charm Bar""; ""The Windows Desktop""; ""Summary""
""Chapter 3: Windows 8 Architecture from a Developer�s Point of View""""Windows 8 Development Architecture""; ""Understanding Windows Runtime""; "".NET Framework 4.5""; ""Picking the Appropriate Technology for Your Project""; ""Summary""; ""Chapter 4: Getting to Know Your Development Environment""; ""Introducing the Toolset""; ""A Short Tour of the Visual Studio IDE""; ""Lighting Up Your Applications with Expression Blend""; ""Summary""; ""Part II: Creating Windows 8 Applications""; ""Chapter 5: Principles of Modern Windows Application Development""; ""Windows 8 Style Applications""
""Asynchronous Development Platform""""Summary""; ""Chapter 6: Creating Windows 8 Style Applications with HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript""; ""HTML5 and CSS on the Web""; ""HTML5 Applications on Windows Runtime""; ""Creating Windows 8 Style Applications with JavaScript""; ""Summary""; ""Chapter 7: Using XAML to Create Windows 8 Style User Interfaces""; ""Describing the User Interface Using XAML""; ""Using Namespaces""; ""Understanding the Layout Management System""; ""Reusable Resources in XAML""; ""Basic Controls in Windows 8 Style Applications""; ""Working with Data""; ""Summary""
""Chapter 8: Working with XAML Controls""""Using Animations in Your Application""; ""Designing the Visual Look of a Control""; ""Working with Complex Controls""; ""Summary""; ""Chapter 9: Building Windows 8 Style Applications""; ""The Lifecycle of a Windows 8 Application ""; ""Deploying Windows 8 Apps""; ""Commanding Surfaces""; ""Persisting Application Data""; ""Applications and the Start Screen""; ""Summary""; ""Chapter 10: Creating Multi-Page Applications""; ""Navigation Basics""; ""Working with Pages""; ""Using the Split Application and Grid Application Templates""; ""Summary""
""Chapter 11: Building Connected Applications""""Integrating with the Operating System and Other Apps""; ""Accessing the Internet""; ""Accessing Windows Live""; ""Summary""; ""Chapter 12: Leveraging Tablet Features""; ""Accommodating Tablet Devices""; ""Building Location-Aware Applications""; ""Using Sensors""; ""Summary""; ""Part III: Advancing to Professional Windows 8 Development""; ""Chapter 13: Creating Windows 8 Style Applications with C++""; ""Microsoft and the C++ Language""; ""C++ and Windows 8 Apps""; ""Discovering C++ Features with Visual Studio""; ""Summary""
""Chapter 14: Advanced Programming Concepts""
Summary: Learn to use exciting new development tools and create applications for Windows 8 If you're a beginning developer, there's no better place to get up to speed on the Windows 8 SDK than this Wrox guide. A team of Microsoft experts provides a complete course in Windows 8 programming, helping you take full advantage of the innovative new SDK. Written in an easy-to-read style, this book is packed with reusable examples that showcase the endless possibilities of the Windows SDK and also introduces the new Windows 8 app store. It explains how to set up the development environment and covers user
Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Log in to add tags.
Item type Current location Call number URL Status Date due Barcode
Electronic Book UT Tyler Online
Online
QA76.76.O63 (Browse shelf) http://uttyler.eblib.com/patron/FullRecord.aspx?p=821758 Available EBL821758

""Beginning Windows 8 Application Development""; ""Credits""; ""About the Authors""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Contents""; ""Introduction""; ""Part I: Introduction to Windows 8 Application Development""; ""Chapter 1: A Brief History of Windows Application Development""; ""The Life of Windows""; ""History of APIs and Tools""; ""Catch-22 of Windows Application Development""; ""Summary""; ""Chapter 2: Using Windows 8""; ""Two Worlds, One Operating System""; ""Input Methods""; ""Logging In""; ""The Start Screen""; ""The Windows Charm Bar""; ""The Windows Desktop""; ""Summary""

""Chapter 3: Windows 8 Architecture from a Developer�s Point of View""""Windows 8 Development Architecture""; ""Understanding Windows Runtime""; "".NET Framework 4.5""; ""Picking the Appropriate Technology for Your Project""; ""Summary""; ""Chapter 4: Getting to Know Your Development Environment""; ""Introducing the Toolset""; ""A Short Tour of the Visual Studio IDE""; ""Lighting Up Your Applications with Expression Blend""; ""Summary""; ""Part II: Creating Windows 8 Applications""; ""Chapter 5: Principles of Modern Windows Application Development""; ""Windows 8 Style Applications""

""Asynchronous Development Platform""""Summary""; ""Chapter 6: Creating Windows 8 Style Applications with HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript""; ""HTML5 and CSS on the Web""; ""HTML5 Applications on Windows Runtime""; ""Creating Windows 8 Style Applications with JavaScript""; ""Summary""; ""Chapter 7: Using XAML to Create Windows 8 Style User Interfaces""; ""Describing the User Interface Using XAML""; ""Using Namespaces""; ""Understanding the Layout Management System""; ""Reusable Resources in XAML""; ""Basic Controls in Windows 8 Style Applications""; ""Working with Data""; ""Summary""

""Chapter 8: Working with XAML Controls""""Using Animations in Your Application""; ""Designing the Visual Look of a Control""; ""Working with Complex Controls""; ""Summary""; ""Chapter 9: Building Windows 8 Style Applications""; ""The Lifecycle of a Windows 8 Application ""; ""Deploying Windows 8 Apps""; ""Commanding Surfaces""; ""Persisting Application Data""; ""Applications and the Start Screen""; ""Summary""; ""Chapter 10: Creating Multi-Page Applications""; ""Navigation Basics""; ""Working with Pages""; ""Using the Split Application and Grid Application Templates""; ""Summary""

""Chapter 11: Building Connected Applications""""Integrating with the Operating System and Other Apps""; ""Accessing the Internet""; ""Accessing Windows Live""; ""Summary""; ""Chapter 12: Leveraging Tablet Features""; ""Accommodating Tablet Devices""; ""Building Location-Aware Applications""; ""Using Sensors""; ""Summary""; ""Part III: Advancing to Professional Windows 8 Development""; ""Chapter 13: Creating Windows 8 Style Applications with C++""; ""Microsoft and the C++ Language""; ""C++ and Windows 8 Apps""; ""Discovering C++ Features with Visual Studio""; ""Summary""

""Chapter 14: Advanced Programming Concepts""

Learn to use exciting new development tools and create applications for Windows 8 If you're a beginning developer, there's no better place to get up to speed on the Windows 8 SDK than this Wrox guide. A team of Microsoft experts provides a complete course in Windows 8 programming, helping you take full advantage of the innovative new SDK. Written in an easy-to-read style, this book is packed with reusable examples that showcase the endless possibilities of the Windows SDK and also introduces the new Windows 8 app store. It explains how to set up the development environment and covers user

Description based upon print version of record.

Author notes provided by Syndetics

<p> István Novák is a Microsoft MVP and Regional Director who is an associate of SoftwArt Ltd., a Hungarian IT services company.</p> <p> György Balássy is a Microsoft MVP, Regional Director, and ASPInsider who is a founding member of the local MSDN Competence Center.</p> <p> Zoltán Arvai is a Microsoft MVP who is a front-end architect and a user experience designer of NextGenSolutions Ltd.</p> <p> Dávid Fülöp is a professional developer and software development trainer contracted by multiple companies and universities.</p>

There are no comments for this item.

Log in to your account to post a comment.