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Among the assortment of new APIs provided by Windows 8.1 to support common use cases is the MenuFlyout control, which allows application developers to build applications that can show contextual menus. Vipul Patel walks you through the basics.
The Design Guidelines in Windows 8.1 are nearly identical to those in Windows 8.0. However, in practical and tactical guidance they are so different, idyllic Windows 8.1 apps might fail Windows 8.0 Store Certification. Jerry Nixon helps navigate the morass.
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