Microsoft DevRadio: CSS3 Animations

To play video, hover above and press play button. Abstract:  Michael Palermo is back for an episode and shows us how to implement CSS3 animations into Windows Store apps! Next Steps: Step #1 – Download Windows 8 and Windows 8 SDKStep #2 – Download Visual Studio Express for Windows 8Step #3 – Start building your own…

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Microsoft DevRadio: Using Event Handlers

To play video, hover above and press play button. Abstract:  In today’s episode, Michael Palermo shows how easy it is to attach event handlers in JavaScript. Watch this short demo to see the various techniques to do it! Next Steps: Step #1 – Download Windows 8 and Windows 8 SDKStep #2 – Download Visual Studio…

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Microsoft DevRadio: Developing for Device Features

To play video, hover above and press play button. Abstract:  Ever wonder how you can develop for device features you really like even though your personal device doesn’t support it? Well in this episode, Michael Palermo shows you the power of the Simulator in Visual Studio and how you can test features for various devices….

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Microsoft DevRadio: Media Queries

To play video, hover above and press play button. Abstract:  In today’s episode Michael Palermo will show you how to manage your programs to work in different layouts via Media Queries. If you need to know how to control what needs to be done in various layouts – Portrait, landscape, snap-view, etc. this short how-to…

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JavaScript for Windows Store Apps: View States

Creating an application for the Windows Store requires forethought to a number of considerations – one of which is how will you want your app to appear when seen in different view states. When your application is running full screen in Windows 8, it will be in either landscape or portrait orientation.  When the orientation…

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CSS3 for Windows Store Apps: Animations

CSS3 has brought much goodness to the web developer community.  The feature that potentially steals the show is CSS3 Animations – which can also be used when developing applications for the Windows Store via JavaScript. If you are not familiar with animations, the name itself is practically self-explanatory.  Animations can deliver very appealing “eye-candy” in…

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CSS3 for Windows Store Apps: Transitions

Windows 8 brings in a new era of opportunity for the web developer/designer in that applications in the Windows Store can be written with “web” technologies such as HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS3. Creating a compelling user experience is an important aspect of a successful app, and CSS3 is a fantastic way to reach that objective. …

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