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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

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Advanced Windows Store Apps with C# in Visual Studio 2013: The UI, Printing, WNS $74.95
Advanced Windows Store Apps with C# in Visual Studio 2013: Media and Devices $74.95
Advanced Windows Store Apps with C# in Visual Studio 2013: Security & Optimizing $74.95

Bundle Price: $199.00
Total Savings: $25.85


Advanced Windows Store Apps with C# in Visual Studio 2013: The UI, Printing, WNS

Presentation and ease of use are crucial aspects for users of Windows Store apps. In this course, you will learn how to use animations and custom controls to enhance your apps. You will also learn how to use globalization and localization features to make your apps accessible to a wide audience. Additionally, you will learn how to enable printing options within your app and how to use Windows Notification Service to push notifications to your apps' tiles. This course is one of a series in the Skillsoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Microsoft Exam 70-485: Advanced Windows Store App Development Using C#. This exam is a requirement for the Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD): Windows Store Apps certification.
  • start the course
  • learn about animations and their use in Windows Store apps
  • use the Animations Library to apply fade animations in a Windows Store app
  • use the Animations Library to apply animated pointers and repositions in a Windows Store app
  • use the Animations Library to apply animated pop-ins within Windows Store apps
  • use the Animations Library to apply animated swipes within Windows Store apps
  • apply transitions to elements in Windows Store Apps
  • create storyboarded animations in Windows Store Apps
  • configure an animated transform to an element in a Windows Store app
  • applying key-frame animations in Windows Store apps
  • use storyboarded animations to configure visual states that are triggered by changes to a control's state
  • use a base control to create a custom control template in a Windows Store app
  • style a custom control using the control template in a Windows Store app
  • configure control template to respond to changing windowing modes in a Windows Store app
  • overview globalization and localization and specify globalization preferences in a Windows Store app
  • discuss and generate resource files in a Windows Store app
  • describe how to access resource files in a Windows Store app
  • use resource files in a Windows Store app
  • create and reference resources for the manifest in a Windows Store app
  • implement collation and grouping to support different reading directions in Windows Store Apps
  • use features such as animations, custom controls, and localization features to enhance the UI
  • use the Print Contract to add print functionality to a Windows Store app
  • implement print functionality programmatically using showPrintUIAsync()
  • format and manipulate print content using CSS in a Windows Store app
  • override the default settings including pagination settings of your Windows 8.1 Print Preview User Interface (UI) in a Windows Store App
  • use the PrintTaskOptionsDetails class to specify custom print options in a Windows Store app
  • configure printing in Windows Store apps
  • describe how the Windows Push Notification Service (WNS) can be used to enable Windows Store apps to receive toast, badge, and tile notifications from an Azure mobile cloud service
  • authenticate with WNS, request, create, and save a notification channel, and call and poll the WNS from a Windows Store app
  • implement push notifications within a Windows Store app using Azure Mobile Services

Advanced Windows Store Apps with C# in Visual Studio 2013: Media and Devices

Many Windows Store apps are developed to capture and manage media files. In this course, you will learn how to use APIs to capture video, audio and photos, and how to configure Play To to stream media. You will also learn how to configure your app to interact with sensors such as accelerometers and location services and work with devices such as USBs. This course is one of a series in the Skillsoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Microsoft Exam 70-485: Advanced Windows Store App Development Using C#. This exam is a requirement for the Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD): Windows Store Apps certification.
  • start the course
  • use CameraCaptureUI to capture media such as photos, videos, and audio
  • configure a Windows Store app to save a media file captured with CameraCaptureUI to storage
  • use CameraCaptureUI.photoSettings or videoSettings to configure media options and restrict user options, and ensure specified user options are supported in a Windows Store app
  • use basic MediaCapture to capture video in Windows Store apps
  • use basic MediaCapture to capture audio in Windows Store apps
  • specify media formats with MediaCapture in Windows Store apps
  • use MediaCapture to apply effects during media capture in Windows Store apps
  • implement advanced photo capabilities including sequence mode, thumbnails, and focus mode
  • handle media capture events in Windows Store apps
  • use the Play To contract to register a Windows Store app for Play To
  • use PlayReceiver to register a Windows Store app as a Play To receiver
  • register a Windows Store app for Play To and register a Windows Store app as a Play To receiver
  • overview sensors in relation to Windows Store apps
  • configure a Windows Store app to determine sensor availability using Windows.Devices.Sensors
  • access the accelerometer in a Windows Store app
  • access the gyrometer in a Windows Store app
  • use the orientation sensor in a Windows Store app
  • use the compass sensor in a Windows Store app
  • use the light sensor in a Windows Store app
  • describe geolocation capabilities in Windows Store Apps
  • configure a Windows Store app to determine a user's location
  • configure support for geofencing in a Windows Store app
  • configure a Windows Store app to enumerate available devices
  • use DeviceWatcher in a Windows Store app to enumerate devices dynamically with notifications of any changes
  • describe support for Windows 8.1 devices such as USB, bluetooth, 3D printer, Human Interface Device (HID), Point Of Service (PoS), and Scanning in Windows Store Apps
  • configure support for a USB device in a Windows Store app
  • access and use sensors and devices in Windows Store apps

Advanced Windows Store Apps with C# in Visual Studio 2013: Security & Optimizing

Security is an important aspect of any app that handles sensitive data. In this course, you'll learn how to implement encryption functionality in your Windows Store apps. You can also increase the efficiency and functionality of your Windows Store app with features such as background tasks. You'll also learn how to implement background tasks, asynchronous features, and WinMD components to optimize and extend your apps. This course is one of a series in the Skillsoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Microsoft Exam 70-485: Advanced Windows Store App Development Using C#. This exam is a requirement for the Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD): Windows Store Apps certification.
  • start the course
  • describe encryption and how symmetric encryption works in relation to apps such as Windows Store apps
  • implement code to convert a string value to binary data, select a hash algorithm, and generate a hash value in a Windows Store app
  • use a hash value to generate a symmetric key in a Windows Store app
  • use symmetric encryption to encrypt data in a Windows Store app
  • use symmetric decryption to decrypt data in a Windows Store app
  • describe certificates and their use in assymetric encryption, and signing and outlining an assymetric encryption scenario
  • use the CertificateEnrollmentManager class to generate a PKCS #10 certificate request in a Windows Store app
  • use the submitCertandGetResp function in a Windows Store app to install a certificate obtained from an enrollment server
  • code a Windows Store app to generate a key pair for assymetric encryption
  • code a Windows Store app to export the public key of an assymetric key pair to a buffer, then import the key from the buffer
  • use data encryption features in Windows Store apps
  • describe background tasks in Windows Store Apps
  • create and register a background task in a Windows Store app
  • implement background file transfer in a Windows Store app
  • implement credentials, cost policy, suspend, resume, and restart for background file transfers and group transfers in a Windows Store app
  • use a background task to implement a live tile notification
  • request lock screen access for a background task in a Windows Store app
  • describe available task-based asynchronous strategy, including parallel programming, in Windows Store apps
  • implement data parallelism using the Task Parallel library in a Windows Store app
  • use Task Parallel library tasks for multi-processor utilization in Windows Store apps
  • describe WinRT components and how they can be referenced
  • create a WinMD component in C# for integration with a Windows Store app
  • consume a WinMD component in a Windows Store app
  • use background file transfers in Windows Store apps
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Advanced Windows Store App Development Using C# and XAML e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252884
  • Duration:
    9 hours
  • Price:
    $199