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Using Portable Class Libraries with Win 8 and WP8 and MVVM

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I have a new in-depth article published online at DZone called, “Using Portable Class Libraries with Windows 8 / Windows Phone 8 MVVM”. If you're looking to get up to speed quickly with PCL and how they may be used with the MVVM pattern, then this is an article that you don’t want to miss. See below for more information and a link to the online article. Article Introduction Portable Class Libraries (PCL) support the cross-platform development of .NET Framework applications. With Portable Class Libraries, you can write portable assemblies that share code with Windows
8, Windows Phone, Xbox 360 and other .NET applications. If you choose not to use them, then you must target a single application type and rework the class library for other application types as needed. PCLs save this work by allowing you to build assemblies that are shared across different platforms. In this article, we are going to use the MVVM (Model-View-View-Model) pattern with Portable Class Libraries that target Windows 8 apps and more! Let’s get started. The Full Article The full article is hosted on DZone and you can access it by clicking

Using Portable Class Libraries with Win 8 and WP8 and MVVM

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I have a new in-depth article published online at DZone called, “Using Portable Class Libraries with Windows 8 / Windows Phone 8 MVVM”. If you're looking to get up to speed quickly with PCL and how they may be used with the MVVM pattern, then this is an article that you don’t want to miss. See below for more information and a link to the online article. Article Introduction Portable Class Libraries (PCL) support the cross-platform development of .NET Framework applications. With Portable Class Libraries, you can write portable assemblies that share code with Windows
8, Windows Phone, Xbox 360 and other .NET applications. If you choose not to use them, then you must target a single application type and rework the class library for other application types as needed. PCLs save this work by allowing you to build assemblies that are shared across different platforms. In this article, we are going to use the MVVM (Model-View-View-Model) pattern with Portable Class Libraries that target Windows 8 apps and more! Let’s get started. The Full Article The full article is hosted on DZone and you can access it by clicking

Building real time applications for any client with Azure Mobile Services & Pusher

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Azure Mobile Services is definitely one of the coolest technologies in the Azure family. One of the issues however, has been that it only has client libraries for Windows 8, iOS and Android, making it a bit more difficult for … Continue reading →The post Building real time applications for any client with Azure Mobile Services & Pusher appeared first on StrathWeb.

DSL Tools Frozen, MMF warming up

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Hey ho, snow has fallen. And unfortunately, if many people think that one can find many coders with mittens at Microsoft, they are not in the visual studio team. Indeed, as some of us noticed, the lastly named Visual Studio Visualization and Modeling SDK (was DSL SDK) has been frozen. One of previous winters, Norwegian [...]

RavenDB Webinar: Thursday 28 Jan

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You can register for that here: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/582294746 We have enough room for a 100 people .  We are going to cover: What is new in RavenDB 2.0, operational concerns, new features and things that you can do with RavenDB.
This is an open webinar, which means we will be taking questions from the audience, so come prepared! Lots of demo, and if we are lucky, some features that are even newer than 2.0. Yes, it will be recorded and posted to our YouTube channel.

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