Introduction to XAML and Application Development

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Interested in developing applications for the Universal Windows Platform? This programming course from Microsoft covers the core XAML skills you’ll need to get started in creating Windows applications. 

By completing this XAML course, you will gain experience developing XAML markup and C# code using Visual Studio 2015. We’ll cover both beginner and intermediate tasks that are required to developer professional applications for the Universal Windows Platform. You’ll complete hands-on labs to learn the essential XAML programming tasks that are the basic components of real-world applications that are distributed between a wide variety of devices including desktop computers, laptops, tablets, phones, gaming consoles, microcontrollers, interactive whiteboards and augmented reality devices.

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Vassilis Papadopoulos

8/10 starsCompleted
3 years, 10 months ago
The course content is great, learned a lot but the instructor is AWFUL. I have the sense that sometimes he does not even know what he is doing.
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J. Alejandro Cardona

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4 years, 6 months ago
I think the course was great. The explanation was very clear and the exercises the best to learn and visualize how it fit in real world problems. In general, my opinion is: This is a great course to start with XAML and Universal Windows Platform.
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