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UWP

Image classification with WinML and UWP

During the MVP Summit this year and the Windows Developer Day, Microsoft has spoken a lot about WinML. From that moment on, I was trying to find some spare time to start playing with this. I finally managed to build… Continue Reading →

Creating a UWP Console app in C#

UWP Console apps In my last two blogposts, I’ve already shown some really cool features coming in the Windows Redstone 4 update. Also new in the RS4 update is the ability to create UWP Console apps! As there currently is… Continue Reading →

Multiple instances support for UWP apps (Part 2): Redirection

In my previous blogpost, I showed you how we can opt-in for multi instance support in the Windows RS4 update. In last week’s ‘Windows Community Standup’, Kevin and Andrew talked about some new stuff that is coming to UWP in… Continue Reading →

Multiple instances support for UWP apps

Redstone 4 Later this year Microsoft will be shipping the Windows 10 Redstone 4 (RS4) update. New features of this upcoming update are starting to surface in the latest Windows Insider builds. I’ve been playing around with these builds and it… Continue Reading →

Using the Fluent Design System in a minesweeper game

In this blog post I would like to show you how to use Acrylic, Reveal highlight and Connected Animations using the Fluent Design System that comes with the Fall Creators Update of Windows 10. The Fluent Design System is a… Continue Reading →

Creating a HyperlinkLabel in Xamarin Forms

I needed a simple control that could show a hyperlink inline with other text and I’d like the link to be defined in markdown. In short, something like this: HyperlinkLabel In Xamarin.Forms, I created a HyperlinkLabel class which isn’t anything more… Continue Reading →

Using SqlClient in UWP

Hello .NET Standard 2.0 A week or so ago, Visual Studio Preview 15.4 released and I was pretty excited about this! Why? Well, Visual Studio 2017 version 15.4 Preview brings first class support for developers targeting the Windows Fall Creators… Continue Reading →

Creating a ‘Continue Watching’ experience using Project Rome in UWP

Since the Anniversary update, we got this new RemoteSystem class in UWP, which is part of Project Rome. With this api we can discover and interact with other computers. One of my first ideas I had when I heart about Project… Continue Reading →

Dynamically binding RESX Resources in Xamarin Forms

Localizing your app isn’t the most fun thing to do. In the last couple of years I’ve seen and tried various ways of implementing multi language support. In this blogpost I would like to share how I recently set up localization… Continue Reading →

Getting rid of whitespaces between Runs in a TextBlock

The problem When we use Runs in a TextBlock in XAML, we can get these annoying whitespaces between the Runs in our application. For example, this XAML…

… produces this in our App…   You see these whitespaces in… Continue Reading →

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