Migrating C# DLL Library to WinRT Component project

In order to make the functionality of your C# or VB.NET class library (DLL) available to other WinRT languages (C++, JavaScript) you need to convert it to a WinRT component (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/apps/br230301.aspx). The referenced MSDN article lists the areas where coding for a component and a library is different. Here are some ‘best practices’ I found…

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Azure: post-deployment updates

Here are some techniques to dynamically modify a running Azure application. They all rely on using blob storage as source of modification and presume that the application was originally written to use these changes: 1. New/changed Silverlight applications You can store your Silverlight xaps in blob storage and reference them from pages served by a…

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