This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. The series is written in collaboration with Microsoft evangelist Peter Bryntesson, check out his blog here. Intro With the […]
Do you need to control the visual state of your view from its view model? This blog post will present a simple but useful solution.
This blog post describes how to debug a design-time exception by attaching a second Visual Studio instance to the XAML designer worker process. A demo solution is included to let you practice the debugging […]
I have looked into some videos and MSDN articles about the Search Contract and created a cleaner MVVM example without using the Visual Studio template for Search Contracts. The result is a fully working […]
I am working on a Windows Store app where one of the features is to share shortened links. This is a brief description on how I solved it.
I am involved in a side project to create a minor visitor management application. One feature is to print name badges. This post is about my first experience to use DYMO:s LabelWriter 450 and […]
I recently received a comment from a Windows Phone owner questioning if one of my apps were spyware because of all the capabilities it required. The reason might be obvious for us developers but […]
I enjoy working with WP- and Win8 projects. New cool hardware, new application architectures, new tools and no more battleship-grey experiences! The developer scene has changed, especially at the frontend. I have collected some […]
I watched the Build keynote last week on a big screen together with colleagues at Jayways Copenhagen office. One of the highlights was the WP8 SDK release. You can read a great introduction to the most […]
This blog posts header can in the noble spirit of recycling be reused the day an epic dirk will be available to steal on the Isle of Conquest in WoW. The topic of this […]