Static code analysis tools are tools that are able to inspect your code without actually executing it. They are valuable tools in the constant fight for good code.
Previously we tried building a task list in the Blazor alpha, what would that look like in UWP? Let’s find out!
Data Cube is back! The Internet of Things coolest way to visualize interactive data. Data Cube is an IoT device that allows interactions from other places (YouTube Views, Twitter Tweets or simple Website Views) to be visualized as data traveling along an LED strip.
How difficult is it to convert a WPF application to a UWP app you can distribute on the Windows Store?
Let’s clean up things a bit. This video doesn’t focus on adding new features to our application but enhancing the ones we already have.
Let’s make our binary clock tick! In this video we’re going to put the pieces we’ve developed over the previous episodes together and actually make our clock.
Time to get back to our binary clock. In this episode we’re going to be looking into some core level computer science stuff: how to convert an decimal integer value into it’s binary component parts.
Picking our Binary Clock back up we’re going to be working on creating a custom user control which can display a set of bits as colored rectangles.
Let’s make a Binary Clock app for the universal windows platform. By the end of this series we’ll have a binary clock we can deploy to an Xbox, Windows Phone, Windows desktop and even a Raspberry Pi or Hololens.
Welcome back! We’re picking up where we left off: developing an epic UI for our windows app. Time to fix what we broke and break what we haven’t made yet.
Hello Internet! We’ve spent a good amount of time building out the core feature set of our app. We’ve got most of the basics worked out.
Continuing with where we left off with Emotible last time. Let’s integrate a database into our app so that we can store the emoji and persist them between application life cycles.
In this video we finish up the core feature of our app. Specifically copying text to the clipboard so it can be used elsewhere.
Let’s make an app. Specifically, lets make a universal windows app that can run across all of our windows devices from our Xbox One to our Windows Phone’s and PC’s.
Conqueror is an application built against the public Conquer Club API’s. What is Conquer Club? It’s an online strategy game built around conquering your foes and acquiring territory not unlike the classic boardgame Risk.