Modern Windows is much more than just a desktop environment, and to reach their full potential developers must be able to reach users on the many platforms they use. To facilitate this, Microsoft created Universal Windows Platform (UWP) to make development across multiple platforms simultaneously an achievable goal. In More UWP Succinctly, the second and final part of a series, author Matteo Pagani continues to guide readers towards developing and publishing their own UWP applications.
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Table of Contents
The Core Concepts: Adaptive Layout, Navigation, and Application's Lifecycle
Working with Files: Storage, Database, and Settings
Interacting with the Network
Publishing an Application on the Windows Store
More UWP Succinctly
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