Developing Windows 10 Universal Apps - Part 1

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Take your first step in using C# and XAML to develop Windows 10 Universal Windows Platform apps. In part one of this three-part programming series (three x 4-week courses) you develop a responsive UI that automatically adapts as the app window changes size.

You will also learn to implement XAML data binding and basic application lifecycle management. Put your existing C# and XAML skills to work creating apps for the new Windows app store.

*IMPORTANT:
This course will NOT teach C#, XAML or programming basics.
Prior experience programming in C# and XAML is required.

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8/10 starsTaking Now
2 years, 2 months ago
I need more than developing windows 10 app course. It such as MVVM course, design pattern. Advanded Windows 10 app course
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2 years, 9 months ago
Good!! Very Good!! I learned so many things and I will enroll other courses But... Please do your homework
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3 years, 9 months ago
I hope Windows 10 and new products(surface book...) will be more popular than w8 and new vision of Microsoft will be beginning of reborn of Microsoft. Learn programming w10 apps!.
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