On August 29th, the Windows Dev Center got a massive feature set upgrade. Included among these new features was the announcement of the Microsoft Store Services Engagement Framework. Like the name implies, this is a new framework put out by the Store team enabling developers to better engage with their users – and new store… Read More »
As promised, my slides from my Continuous Deployment in Mobile Applications talk at Twin Cities Code Camp 20 can be found below! If you have questions, please post them in the Disqus thread so we may all benefit from the conversation. A few attendees also expressed interest in my session from TCCC17 so I’ve also… Read More »
Ok I’ll admit it, I’m a huge fan of the “Shrug Emoji” (aka ¯\_(ツ)_/¯) but do you know how annoying it is to try and type it out or search for it, copy, paste, whenever I want to use it? Enter PhraseExpress.
I recently pushed an update to the UWP I’ve published to the store at work. After installing the app on my 10581 Windows 10 device and using it all weekend, I was dismayed to see when I received a push notification the app didn’t do what it was supposed to do. I dove in.
In a current project we’re developing a UWP application which, as you may or may not know, *requires* you to compile to .Net Native in order to submit to the store. No biggie, that hasn’t been a problem. Until now.
I’ve been doing Windows 10 UWP development since July. During that time I’ve upgraded from the latest slow-ring builds of Windows 10 all the way up to 10565 on my work desktop. Also during this time, I’ve updated our test bench devices with the latest Windows 10 Mobile fast-ring builds so we weren’t surprised at… Read More »