Debugging Live Tile issues in Windows 10

If you’re a developer and wondering “Why isn’t my Live Tile updating?”, you’ve came to the right place! In this article, we will list out all the potential reasons that your tile notification can fail to display. Quick checklist Are you using the Notifications library to construct your tile notifications? If not, are you XML-escaping…

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How to keep your tile notification payload under 5 KB

The XML payload that you construct for your tile notifications must be no larger than 5 KB. Otherwise, you will get a COMException with HResult 0x803E0115 saying that “The size of the notification content is too large.” To fix this, you should set limits on the content that you put into your tile notifications. For…

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Quickstart: Sending an alarm in Windows 10

In Windows 10 UWP, alarms are simply Toast notifications with the “alarm” scenario. And to make an alarm appear at a specific time, you use a scheduled Toast notification. Quick Summary If you are already familiar with sending scheduled Toast notifications, you need to do two things, (1) use the “alarm” scenario on the Toast…

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How to ensure your toast notifications continue to work when converting your win32 app into a Windows Store app using project Centennial

Note that if you follow the guidance in the latest documentation for desktop toasts, you don’t need to worry about any of this. The compat library takes care of the differences between Centennial and classic Win32. As you may already know, developer can now bring their existing apps and games to the Windows Store with…

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