by Eugene Lin and Mitch Rundle
Device makers often create apps as a way to differentiate their device experience and highlight device capabilities. Windows 8 makes this easy to do with new Metro style device apps that enable device makers to build and deliver unique experiences for their devices. This session will provide an overview of Metro style device apps, including how apps can extend the built-in device experiences and integrate with the Windows 8 user interface.
by Chris Tavares
by Mehmet Kucukgoz
Windows 8 makes it easy to build an app that brings out the unique capabilities of your camera. In this session you will learn how to build a Metro style device app that is automatically installed with the camera. This session will also cover how developers can use Windows APIs to bring branded video and photo capabilities to their own Metro style apps.
by Raghu Gatta and Kamal Srinivasan
In this session we will discuss Metro style communication apps. Come see how your VoIP, instant messaging, or e-mail app can stay available and connected while it’s being managed by Windows. You will learn what your customers will experience when Windows manages these apps. We’ll deep dive into the APIs for writing Real Time Communication triggers including network, system, and time events. You will then be ready to build that awesome communication app that your customers can’t stop using.
13th–16th September 2011