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Connecting a Windows Runtime/Store Application to a database, and manipulate data using the Entity Framework.
In my previous post, I showed you how to use the built-in Entity Framework to create a connection to a database, either an existing one, or one added programmatically. 1,968 more words
So instead of writing XAML like this :
<myNs:MyObject> <myNs.MyObject.MyCollectionOfItems> <myNs:MyItem Text="Item 1"> <myNs:MyItem.Child> <myNs:Child Text="Child of Item 1"/> </myNs:MyItem.Child> </myNs:MyItem> <myNs:MyItem Text="Item 2"/> <myNs:MyItem Text="Item 3"/> </myNs.MyObject.MyCollectionOfItems> </myNs:MyObject> … 708 more words
This tutorial is mostly targeted at Windows Phone development but most of it will carry over to Windows 8 store apps and to a certain extent, desktop apps. 266 more words
If you decided that you no longer want your computer joined to HomeGroup and it failed in previous attempts or you see non-existing user names in HomeGroup then do the following: 148 more words