‘Inside Windows Phone’ looks at Windows Runtime XAML for delivering compelling experiences across device types

This week on “Inside Windows Phone,” lead program manager Tim Heuer joins host Larry Lieberman to talk about announcements from Build 2014 as they pertain to Windows Runtime XAML, as well as the unified Windows platform in general.

In the interview, Heuer goes through the demo he prepared for the Build 2014 keynote that presents exactly how to use Windows Runtime XAML to deliver a compelling experience across device types, using universal projects in Visual Studio 2013 update 2 (the release candidate unveiled at Build).

Watch the video here, and to learn more, head over to the Building Apps for Windows blog.

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Suzanne Choney
Microsoft News Center Staff