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With the announcement of the Windows 8 Release Preview and matching Visual Studio 2012 RC I’m pleased to share some work that has been a result of my own personal app building, collaborating with some friends during their app building as well as porting some helpful projects that I’ve found helpful in my development. Disclosure: At the time of this writing I do work for Microsoft, but this has been a personal effort from my own app development and during my own time (late nights and weekends). I am not able to upload apps to the...
So you’ve started to kick the tires of the Windows 8 Consumer Preview and now you are building an app. You’ve read all the UX design guidelines and started looking at some great apps on the store. Perhaps you’ve also viewed the online documentation and some samples? And you’ve likely read about the contract implementations and other charms items like custom settings.
UPDATE: Take a look at Callisto: a XAML toolkit which has a SettingsFlyout control
What is Settings?
When I refer to Settings here I’m referring to that consistent experience in Metro style apps when the user invokes the charms bar...