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Everything a developer needs to know to get started working with Azure, Microsoft's complete cloud offering.
Learn to create Universal Windows apps. Use the Universal Windows Platform to create adaptive layouts and store and share data.
Learn why features such as Universal Windows Platform and Windows Bridges are making Windows 10 the best version ever for Windows app developers.
Add data storage, email and SMS messaging, and push notifications to your Windows Phone apps with Windows Azure.
Get started working with Windows Azure, the complete Microsoft cloud offering for data storage, website development, mobile authentication and messaging, and more.
Learn to build a scalable backend with Azure Mobile Services and connect it to an existing app, add user profiles and roles, store data in the cloud, and set up an API service.
Build a complete mobile app from scratch with C#/XAML using the Windows Phone SDK and Windows Store SDK, in this project-based course.
Learn to design and build a Live Tile to represent your app on the Windows Phone Start screen.
Discover how to build professional apps that encompass the 17 major feature areas of Windows Phone and uncover the capabilities of the Windows Phone operating system.
Get comfortable in Visual Studio, the full-featured app development environment from Microsoft, and learn how to create a variety of projects, from websites to rich Internet applications.
Provides an introduction to the Windows Phone 8 platform and the basic tenets of the Modern UI design style, through the development of a basic tip calculator application.
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