Windows 8 opens up new opportunities for developers – whether an early adopter building consumer apps or an enterprise looking to improve the customer experience. This article explains in detail why you would want to start building for Windows 8 now and how the Telerik Windows 8 can help.
The advanced WinRT imaging technology in LEADTOOLS will include everything developers need to build imaging enabled Windows Store applications including support for loading and saving over 100 file formats, PDF and PDF/A, touch screen enabled viewer controls, annotations and image processing.
In this article I will explain Windows.Media.Capture namespace's MediaCapture element and how it can be used in Windows Runtime to create applications that make use of camera, for capturing photos and videos. Plus, the article shows how to capture the list of photos or videos that are recorded for p
SurfaceImageSource Manager is a C++ WinRT component making it easy to produce ready-to-use SurfaceImageSource instances, and then use DirectX or Direct2D to define their aspect in C# Metro applications.
Windows IoT on Raspberry Pi doesn't yet have native support for a hardware real time clock. I've created a solution for getting Windows IoT to initialize its clock from RTC at bootup so that other solutions don't need to be modified to read from the RTC directly.
This paper presents four guidelines that can help guide software developers as they design applications that encourage touch interaction and deliver a memorable user experience on Intel® processor-based pAIOs.