The WinRT platform provides developers with a new way to build reusable software components. WinRT types packaged in a WinRT component, also called a WinMD component (WinRT components == WinMD components). In traditional .NET application development, you could create a dynamic-link library (DLL) as a managed class library and use it in one or more … Continue reading WinRT or WinMD Components
Hi, last few days I got some questions from few folks that they are confused on how to call a WCF service in WinRT (Windows 8). This confusion occurs mainly if you are Silverlight dev or Windows Phone 7.5 dev and you are used to the traditional async method and the CompletedEvent. In Silverlight these … Continue reading Accessing a WCF Service WinRT vs Silverlight
You might wonder what this confuzzled is. It’s a word I heard in a movie or in a TV series (don’t remember exactly where) as a combination of confused and puzzled. Cool isn’t it ? But it perfectly suits the current situation of the Silverlight. Silverlight is a good platform, no one can deny that. … Continue reading Microsoft’s confuzzled.