Join Gerry O'Brien for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring a Windows Phone application, part of Learning C# (2014).
C# is a programming language supports the ability…to create applications that run across many different platforms.…As an example, we're going to create a new Windows phone application using C#.…Here, we're going to create a new Windows phone…application called Hello World and we're going to…choose the Windows phone app template, which is…just a simple straight-forward blank Windows phone application.…As we click OK, Visual Studio goes through the process…of loading a designer, and loading XAML in the background.…
Our font has increased a little bit so we can…actually read the text that's in the code file here.…I'm going to change my orientation to a horizontal…split, which moves my phone interface to the upper window.…Reduce the size a little bit to about 50%.…And then resize my XAML code window.…We're not going to focus too much on the XAML window, because this in and of itself…would be another complete course, just to learn…the XAML components of the application that we develop.…XAML is short for the extensible…
- Installing C#
- Working with loops
- Controlling program flow
- Using variables
- Building functions
- Creating and instantiating classes
- Catching errors
- Managing resources with the garbage collector
- Building collections
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introducing C#
2. C# Language Elements
3. Object-Oriented Programming in C#
4. Structured Exception Handling
5. Resource Management in C#
6. Extensible Types in C#
7. Windows Apps in C#
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