If you are following along then you are well on your way to being able to publish an app using Windows Phone App Studio. If you are just joining in, great! This part of the tutorial will touch on some stying that we can do to make our app not only look a bit different but function a little better based on some of our needs.
If you recall in Part 1, I touched on the predefined templates App Studio provides. There are a number of them however, in certain situations the template does not match the data that should be bound to the view.
Before we dive in, the rest of this article assumes a project was created in App Studio and the source code was generated and downloaded. Please refer to Part 1 for details.
If you have not tried the Windows Phone App Studio, you should give it a try. It is a simple online tool that allows anyone to build a Windows Phone app with a few clicks of a button. Read more “Windows Phone App Studio – Part 2 – RSS Reader Fix”
Welcome to the first part of the Windows App Studio Tutorial. In this article we will be looking at what the online tool of Windows Phone App Studio provides us. We will also see how anyone can get started (and I mean anyone, more on this later) to create a Windows Phone app in a few simple steps. Read more “Windows Phone App Studio – Part 1 – Getting Started”
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! Read more “Windows Phone App Studio Tutorial”