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 »
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.
In my previous post I talked about how to get a dynamic set of content chunked up in to batches that could then be displayed in a static grid, stacked within an items control. This works great if your dataset is evenly divisible by the number of items in your grid, but what if it’s… Read More »
On a recent project, we wanted to lay out some dynamic content in a very specific way, and have that repeat a la the USA Today app for Windows 10. The main challenge facing us when doing this is that Grid isn’t an ‘ItemsControl’ and therefore can’t be bound to a collection of data. So… Read More »