Ready to start building Windows 8 Metro apps, but not to sure how it works? In this article, we will take you step by step through the navigation used in Metro apps.
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It's unfortunate Microsoft didn't include a database for use when building Windows 8 Metro Apps in C#. However, there is a very popular database known as SQLite, which works very well in mobile environments.
Chris Bennett shows you how to create a simple Background Task and put it into your Windows 8 Metro UI Apps.
Displaying HTML content provides a very powerful tool for interacting with users. Regardless of what HTML content you need to display, the XAML WebView provides easy access. Chris Bennett shows you how.
As you start building Windows 8 Metro Apps you will run into the need to allow for additional functions for each Page. Metro provides a control for this very purpose known as the App Bar. Read on to learn more.