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Using a Windows Core API

Using a Windows Core API: Learning to Develop Universal Windows Apps
Using a Windows Core API: Learning to Develop Universal Windows Apps

The Windows UI Core APIs handle events related to the window your app is running in—things like input and dialogs. We are going to learn how to enable a traditional back button in our application using the System Navigation Manager and then handle events it generates in our user interface.

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Developer Mobile Apps Windows

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