Windows Phone App Studio Tutorial

Windows Phone App Studio Tutorial

Windows Phone App Studio lets you swiftly build apps for immediate publishing, testing, and sharing with clients, co-workers, friends, and family. Need to make changes or try variations? With App Studio it’s a snap!

And when you’re ready to add advanced programming features, Windows Phone App Studio generates your source code – a feature no other app-builder tool provides. Get with the program!

Over the next few sessions I will be covering Windows Phone App Studio and its features. I will be discussing how to create an app, customize it and publish it.

Part 1 – Getting Started – Building an app with App Studio (UPDATED)

Part 2 – RSS Reader – Extending the RSS Reader and fixing its limitations

Part 3 – XAML Styling – Customizing the views

Part 4 – Microsoft Azure – Enabling Azure Mobile Services (NEW!)

Part 5 – Publishing – Getting your app ready to publish to the store

Part 6 – Create a Windows 8.1 App from your Phone App

Stay tuned!

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  • Talha Shahzad

    How can we add controls and events in app studio?

    • Joshua Drew

      First, you will need to download the source code for your app. Once you have the source, you can open it up in Visual Studio 2013 and add and edit as you see fit.

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