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Hi! It’s been 4 years since an iOS update forced me to get new gadgets and stop use Apple devices (see my previous story in the references section). Back on those days I used an iPod purely and exclusively to run with Nike Running. After updating the iPod Touch to iOS 6, the device stopped … Continue reading #Personal – Goodbye #Apple!, one more time …
#Hololens – 29 new countries are added to the Hololens market, total of 39 and is still targeting developers
Hello! Today is a quick post, I’m still trying to understand how the Qubits work and this is consuming me a lot of time. At the Future Decoded event in London, Microsoft announced that Microsoft Hololens will be available in 29 new markets. The new countries that are added to the list are Austria, Belgium, … Continue reading #Hololens – 29 new countries are added to the Hololens market, total of 39 and is still targeting developers
Hello! One of the things I like most about Windows Template Studio is the ability we have to add new elements to an App dynamically, once we have worked with it. If you do not know Windows Template Studio, I recommend you to see the Getting Started Video (link). It’s a 90 seconds video where … Continue reading #VS2017 – Adding new elements in a #Windows10 App using Windows Template Studio
Today I start without a [Hello!], because based on some news today it should be a sad day. I summarize it in a simple line Microsoft has decided to discontinue the manufacture of Kinect. Matthew Lapsen (Xbox Devices Marketing Manager) together with Alex Kipman have made this news to the public, so that’s it. Several … Continue reading #Opinion – Bye #Kinect, thanks!
Hello! Today’s post is a fast one, for a specific scenario: In a Universal Windows Platform App, we must define whether to show or hide the menus when working with a Surface Dial. To do this, we must access the general configuration of Surface Dial using RadialControllerConfiguration. The following class shows an example of a … Continue reading #Windows10 – Disable the #SurfaceDial global menu in a UWP App
Hello! I continue with the series of posts on work with Surface Dial. In the previous post I described how to create a menu with 3 options that are activated in the Surface Dial. If our App needs several menus, one of the options that we may need to take into account is to disable … Continue reading #Windows10 – Customizing the default menu items in #SurfaceDial