Integrate the Microsoft Graph in your HoloLens and Mixed Reality apps

Microsoft Graph
Microsoft Graph

Microsoft Graph is all about you! About the data of the user: Azure Active Directory, Office 365 data, Enterprise Mobility and Security services, Education tenant data and Windows Services. As a developer, the beauty resides in the unified way to authenticate, access and query the data. It can simply be by using a HTTPS Rest…


🔙 Back to the future now ⏩: Execute your Azure ☁ trained Machine Learning 🧪 models on HoloLens!

HoloLens and Windows ML
HoloLens and Windows ML

Artificial Intelligence is everywhere and powered by the Cloud. We can now go even further and bring AI to HoloLens gracefully thanks to Windows Machine Learning and Windows 10! Let’s go and make it real with a full working and reusable sample. Yes! Reusable because, you can train your own Custom Vision model and run…


Upgrade your WinML application to the latest bits

A while ago I’ve blogged about WinML, the framework added in the Universal Windows Platform to integrate your Windows 10 device as part of the Intelligent Edge. This new set of APIs allows your Windows application to leverage offline machine learning models, so that you can perform tasks like identifying an object in an image…


Add Push Notifications the easy way with Partner Center + Microsoft Store Services SDK

With the combination of the Engagement feature of Partner Center and the Microsoft Store Services SDK you can easily add Push Notifications to your Windows Progressive Web App (PWA), UWP, or Desktop Bridge – Win32 app. Powerful Push with Windows Notification Services Push notifications in Windows are very powerful and flexible allowing you to target…


Rename A Published App

There’s a variety of reasons for which you might have to rename and re-brand you application. The reason could be for making the app more discover-able on the store, or making it standout among competing apps, or it could be for a major business transformation. This article shares the steps to rename a published Microsoft Store app.


Using the NavigationView in your UWP applications

The navigation view control provides top-level application navigation. For a more detailed description see the Windows Dev Center document “Navigation view”. In this blog post I want to provide you with quick guidance on how to leverage this control in your UWP application. First, a few “need to know” items. 1.   This control requires…


Microsoft Graph and HoloLens: Authentication

The Idea When I was embedded into the LIT Studio team earlier this year, I had an interesting task: using msgraph to access user metadata. Metadata as in O365 documents or files on OneDrive. Given the various libraries this is a rather easy task in the Windows world, but doing so in a Unity project…


Handling auto updates for sideloaded UWP and Desktop Bridge apps

If your goal is to reach the widest possible audience for your Windows application, the Microsoft Store is without any doubt your best choice. Other than being available to every Windows 10 user on the planet, it allows to forget about all the processes related to application development which aren’t actually “development”. I’m talking about…

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