In an attempt to boost my productivity, I decided to write a base WinRT project with the essentials for all my projects. Here is what I consider essentials for all my projects:
- MVVM Light
- A Navigation Service
- A Message Service
- Global app service
These 3 items define a base universal Windows project for me, I will get into some detail on all of these in a bit. Other services like data or location services can be needed for an app but aren’t essential to all apps.
Nothing fancy happening here. Remember to keep all files in a logical folder structure, folders work a lot better than an endless list of obtusely name files.
Read more “Universal Windows App Base Project”
You’ve built your app and now you need to share it with the world.
Being a student is tough so Microsoft is kind enough to waver the one time registration fee (R193 at time of publication). I explain the simple steps needed to claim this cool benefit.
Head on over to www.dreamspark.com/Student/Windows-Store-Access and login with you DreamSpark account.
Don’t have a DreamSpark account? Check out this post (errornaik.com/dreamspark-registration-updated) for details on getting one
Click “Get code Now”, don’t close this tab yet; you will need this code in a bit.
Read more “Claim your free Windows/WP dev account using DreamSpark”