Articles Written by Bipin Joshi

Using PageControl Objects in Windows Store Apps

While developing Windows store apps with JavaScript and HTML, you often need to present multiple pages to the user. Learn how to use PageControl objects to present different content to the user and how to navigate between PageControl objects.

Understanding Windows Store App Lifecycle and State Management

For any developer new to Windows Store app development, it is necessary to understand that a Windows Store app is run and managed by the operating system. To that end this article discusses some important concepts related to the Windows Store app lifecycle and illustrates how to maintain state information in a JavaScript and HTML app.

Using TypeScript in Visual Studio 2012

TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript that provides typed nature to your code, and when compiled is converted into the same standard JavaScript. This means after compiling the TypeScript code you can use the resultant JavaScript in any browser that supports JavaScript. Read on to learn more.

Working with OData Queries in ASP.NET Web API

OData protocol allows you to create RESTful data services by exposing URI end points. ASP.NET Web API supports OData queries so that your data can be consumed by the client over HTTP with the help of OData query options. Bipin Joshi illustrates how to work with the OData support provided in the Web API, and how to write OData queries.

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