Creating unique, responsive experiences for Windows 10

The new universal Windows app platform brings with it some much deserved UI overhauls which allow developers to create one app that works with any device running Windows 10 ranging from the smallest of IoT devices all the way up to the Surface Hub with an impressive 4K display. But how do you handle all of the different resolutions and form factors to get the most from your new universal application?

This is what I covered in my recent session at the DDD North 2015 event at the University of Sunderland. If you didn’t get a chance to see the talk or come along to the event, I’m going to record the session and upload it to YouTube over the coming weeks so I’ll keep you posted. For now, you can view the slides below and get access to the source code for the demo’s that I created for the session below that!

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Author James Croft

James is a senior software developer for Black Marble and Microsoft MVP in Windows Development with over 6 years of experience developing applications for the Windows platform. James’s passion for learning new technologies gives him the opportunities to expose them to the wider community through tutorials, lessons learned and best practices through his online blog site, personal YouTube channel, and local communities through talks at events, schools and universities.

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