Learn the basics of the splash screen and how to provide an extended splash screen experience in Windows Store applications.
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The Windows 8 infrastructure is different than earlier versions, which can make doing ordinary tasks cumbersome. Not only do you have to learn an entirely different way of doing things but you have different classes in the Windows 8.x API. Read on to learn the various options involved.
Hannes du Preez shows you how easy it is to implement Geolocation into your Windows 8 /8.1 apps.
Learn how to show users messages in your Windows Store Apps using Toast Notifications.
Discover how SettingsFlyout control makes it easy for Windows Store developers to expose their application settings in a design that meets Windows Store design guidelines.
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.