Free! Building Games: Data Structures in C++ Presentation in XAML or HTML 5! Free yourself!

Oh what a great day it is when you see that C++ can work directly with XAML or through WinRT with JavaScript.  Amazing!


he best example of a XAML based game with C++ and DirectX is the one found at:

There is an error in the code use the error list when it appears and then comment or delete the lines:

DisplayProperties::DisplayContentsInvalidated += ref new DisplayPropertiesEventHandlethis, App::OnDisplayContentsInvalidated);

This is a fun game and you can get the full version from the Microsoft Store for $5.99.  What’s cool is that is supports 3D.  But wow, it’s complicated.

So how do you get started?

Take a look at my blog at:

Data Structures: Using WinRT with XAML/C# as a Presentation UI

Which is kind of cool, it shows how to demonstrate an array in C++ with XAML!  You could add cool images and have some fun with it.  But seriously it isn’t a game.  Oh wait a minute that was the wrong URL.  Let’s try again…

Data Structures class using Windows 8 and WinRT with JavaScript an introduction

JavaScript and C++

Tutorial: Walkthrough: Creating a basic Windows Runtime component in C++ and calling it from JavaScript

This is a good tutorial, I was able to complete it successfully on the first run and in about 20 minutes.  Nice example of AMP, using Parallel processing and finding primes.  I will go over the code in later blogs, but this is the one that shows you how to pass information between WinRT and javascript, which is trickier than VB or C#.

It also does snap, fill and full.  It actually looks better in snap view then it does in full view.  Here it is in snap view.


Comments (2)

  1. Glenn Wilson says:

    Cool thanks for this, planning on giving it a go.

  2. Surf4Fun says:

    Thank you Glenn!

    Hope your company is doing well!  You are the best.


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