New Screencast: Accessing the camera in a Windows 8 Metro Style App using HTML and JavaScript

This is the third in a series of short screencasts that will teach you Windows 8 Metro Style App development in a fun and immersive way via casual gaming.   This screencast covers accessing the Camera in your Windows 8 Metro Style App using HTML and JavaScript.    You can watch the video on Channel 9 here:…

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Announcing 30 To Launch for Windows 8 Developers

The release of Windows 8 is on the horizon, and soon millions of people will be looking for Windows 8 apps. Now’s the time to make sure your app is ready for them. Begin your 30-day journey to create a great Windows 8 Metro style app. Get started at www.generationapp.com and receive: · Insider tips…

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Where is the suspend, resume and terminate toolbar in Visual Studio 2012 Ultimate?

Via Davedev.net… I recently paved one of my demo machines and was running a fresh build of Visual Studio 2012 Ultimate RC.  I came across something interesting I thought I would share in order to save you time.  In the past I have been running Visual Studio 2012 Express RC and noticed in Ultimate things…

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Building Windows 8 Metro style casual games using HTML5 and JavaScript

I have a new screencast posted to Channel9 on building Windows 8 Metro Style Casual Games.  This is based on the content I did for the MSDN webcast series on Windows 8. You can download or view the slides off my SlideShare account here. You can also watch the rest of the Windows 8 webcast…

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Migrating a Windows 8 Metro Style App from Consumer Preview to Release Preview

I’ve been working on a Windows 8 Metro Style App written, using JavaScript, I call Space Cadet. All of the code samples I have previously posted were built on the Consumer Preview (CP) bits so I thought I would attempt at converting the app  to the just announced Release Preview (RP). I had to do…

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30 to Launch Windows 8 Contest Announced

    Join a 30 to Launch event that can help you build your Windows 8 app in 30 days! 30 to Launch is hosting a series of weekly events in San Francisco and New York City to help you create a Windows 8 app in 30 days! Get started on bringing your app idea…

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