The UWP Tile Generator gives you the ability to generate the tiles required to submit a UWP to the Universal Store. A simple right-click on an image in your project and this VSIX takes care of the rest. As well as generating the images it also updates the package manifest.
One of the new features in Windows 10 1511 is the Windows spotlight lock screen. I liked some of them so much that I wanted to have them as my desktop wallpaper. This blog post is going to show you how you how I did that.
There are times when being connected all the time is just not possible. Unfortunately, there are many times where I would to love to use apps but their lack of offline experience makes it a challenge. This blog post is all about how developers can use SQLite in their UWP applications to make sure users get the optimal experiences when offline, experiencing poor connectivity or when a cloud implementation isn't ideal for storing data.
One of the new Bluetooth LE features of Windows 10 is being able to watch for Bluetooth LE advertisements, otherwise known as Bluetooth beacons. Not only can you watch for advertisements but you can also publish them too enabling your Windows 10 device to act as a beacon.
One of my favorite features of Edge and OneNote is inking. I love the fact that I can annotate web pages and images. In this blog post I want to show you a step-by-step on how you too can achieve the same in your UWP apps.
Building a data economy with UWP applications using App Services. App Services is a great way to create mini web service like calls between UWP applications - even if they are from different publishers.
The low battery logo puts fear in most. It's the moment where humans do whatever they can to ensure their beloved mobile device does not die. This post is going to show how you can help users with just a few lines of code. It'll help you be a good citizen on your users devices and ensure that you respect their battery life
Windows 10 offers a new way to drag and drop between Windows Explorer and your UWP app, other UWP apps and your UWP app, or, within the same UWP app. Through a simple example, this posts shows how to create and handle the Drag and Drop events.
A short blog post that shows how to create a custom visual state trigger. The post will guide you through how to create a trigger that will fire based on internet connectivity.
This post is going to show you how to create a basic responsive UWP application utilizing the SplitView, RelativePanel and VisualStateManager. So sit back, relax and enjoy!