The First Batch of Code Sample Videos


In FY15, OneCode team collaborated with the Video team on video creation for some high impactful samples. The videos are aimed to help users easily understand the key concept of the code samples, and help them have an overall view about how to use/run and what's the result of using/running the samples from a two-minute short video clip.

 

All-In-One Code Framework

  1. How to drag items between groups in grouped GridView

    GridView is a common control for displaying grouped items in Windows Store apps. Sometimes, you may want to move an item from one group to another with drag and drop. However, the dragged item will goes back to the original position whenever you drop it. In this video, we will show you how to drag an item from one group to another in a grouped GridView.

     

  2. How to save a data collection to app storage in Windows Store apps

    Sometimes you may want to save app data to local storage when you close or leave the app so that it can be reloaded the next time you run the app. In this video, we'll show you how to save a collection to and load it from app storage in Windows Store apps.

     

  3. How to create a master-detail ListBox in universal Windows apps

    Multi-level master/detail listbox allows you to display a few lists that let users quickly drill down to the items of interest with a few selection of data in a hierarchy. In this video, we'll show you how to make a master/detail listbox in a universal Windows app.

     

  4. How to zoom in or out the content in WebView in Univeral apps

    The size of the WebView may not fit the size of the content very well. Whereas Webview has no built-in zoom function. So you cannot resize the content as your will. This video shows how to zoom in or out the content in Webview in Universal Windows apps.

     

  5. How to pick and manipulate a 3D object in universal Windows game apps

    Microsoft DirectX is a collection of APIs for handling tasks related to multimedia, especially in game programming. In this video, we'll show you how to use DirectX to pick a 3D object and manipulate it in universal Windows game apps.

     

  6. How to add wartermark text or image to a bitmap in Windows Store app

    Placing a watermark on an image before you publish it to the web can help identify its ownership. In this video, we will show you how to use D2D to add text or image watermark to a bitmap image in Windows Store app.

     

Comments (0)

Skip to main content