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Tagged: June 2012 Blog Posts

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Seeding your Metro style app with a SQLite database

It looks like people are really glad about being able to use SQLite within their Metro style apps.  I had written two previous posts (Using SQLite in your Metro style app and HOWTO: Build and include SQLite) about this topic.  I’m pleased to report that since those posts the SQLite team released a build (3.7.13 as of the datestamp on this post) which also provides the binary (32- and 64-bit versions) pre-compiled for you for inclusion in your Metro style app.  You can get them from the SQLite download page. I’ve received a few comments/questions that I thought I...

AutoHotkey–my new snippet tool

This week was TechEd North America, a conference from Microsoft for technical professionals covering the span of pretty much everything Microsoft produces to support IT professionals and software developers.  I was pleased to have been invited to speak on developing Metro style apps in XAML for .NET developers.  Like most developer presenters, I planned on showing a lot of demos, using different tools, editors, and varying code samples, URLs, etc.  When you are a presenter at a conference you usually don’t have the luxury of sitting in your office and doing things without distractions.  You want to get across your...

HOW TO: Use SQLite in C# Metro style app

I got a few questions and comments about how to actually include SQLite in a C# Metro style app.  Since perhaps it wasn’t clear in describing in my post, I thought a quick video might help demonstrate the steps to build and use SQLite in a C# Metro style app. The video walks through actually building SQLite from the source (Visual Studio 2012 required…express is fine) and adding it to a C# Metro style app, create a database, populate with some data based on a class and databind the query to a ListView.  The video references my OneNote notebook on the...


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