Currently, most of the Developer is moving from Consumer App to Enterprise App.
At Here I would Like to Share my Slide about how to integrate Microsoft Azure with Windows Store App.
1. Windows Phone 8.1 Enterprise Mobility Management
2. Azure Storage Design and Implementation Jump Start
3. Enterprise Developer Camp Jump Start
4. Enterprise App Training Kit
Every time, I went to Hackathon, Competition and any Event. A lot of Students still does not know about Dreamspark that Microsoft Offer to them. Here is the video show up how to sign up Dreamspark.
Visual Studio 2013 Express Edition Update 2
Universal Windows app samples:
Build apps that target Windows and Windows Phone 8.1 by using Visual Studio (Windows Runtime apps using C#/VB/C++ and XAML):
Dev Center now open for Windows Phone 8.1 and universal Windows app submissions:
If you are a developer and have not heard about building apps for mobile devices then you must still be in a dark room with coffee and loud music. Apps are all the rage. Ranging from seasoned developers to 12 year old kids with a Mac. But how do you get started? Do you just start coding and submit? Sure. Well it is not that simple but there are some great tools to get a jump start on app development. This article will talk about a few ways to jump start your application development for the Windows 8 platform.
Do you have one? Great. If not, there are plenty of ideas out there you just need to ignite the spark. What better way to ignite it with some starter kits. The Technical Evangelist team at Microsoft has created a bunch of “starter kits” that consume public API’s.
They range from the more popular Foursquare and Instagram to Chuck Norris and World of Warcraft. Download these, fire them up, and see how they can jumpstart your app idea.
Once you are up and running with your idea, you might need more help on location services or media access. There is a plethra of examples and kits over at the Windows Dev Center that can point you in the right directon or answer that question.