Developing for Windows 10: Interview with Kevin Gallo
Watch Kevin Gallo discuss new features of the Windows 10 development platform such as device families, Windows Bridges, game development, and app monetization.
Getting Started with Windows 10 development
Learn how to install Visual Studio and the Windows 10 SDK. You can begin creating your own universal Windows app today!
Introduction to UWP and device families
Windows 10 introduces the Universal Windows Platform, and with it a new way to partition the API surface. With "device families" you can support a huge range of devices with just one app.
Creating Hosted Web Apps with Project Westminster
Learn how “Project Westminster” enables the creation of Hosted Web Apps that let you leverage your existing web workflows and continuous deployment to publish a responsive web app to the Windows Store.
Universal Windows Platform UI for Windows 10
Joe Stegman, Group Program Manager for the UI platform, discusses the new Universal Windows Platform, covering topics like performance improvements, compiled bindings, controls, and design principles.
Connecting your Windows apps with Azure
You can enhance the user experience of a Windows app using Microsoft Azure. Learn how to use Visual Studio to add Azure-based push notifications to your Windows apps.
Developing Universal Windows apps with C# and XAML
Learn from Microsoft experts as they build a working app using XAML and C# development tools and techniques that can give you a dramatic advantage as a developer when targeting both Windows and Windows Phone devices for both consumer and enterprise scenarios.
A Developer's Guide to Windows 10
Join experts Jerry Nixon and Andy Wigley as they take another look at Windows 10 and the Universal Windows Platform, give guidance on developing apps for the Universal Windows Platform, and provide details on some of the most interesting new features for developers in Windows 10.
Watch a panel of experts @ Build 2015 explain and demo the exciting “Internet of Things” capabilities in Windows 10 and address technical questions from viewers.
Tiles, Notifications, and Action Center
Notifications are one of the primary ways you interact with users on Windows Platforms. This Ignite 2015 session covers both the experience changes of notifications and the scenarios you can build using the notification framework in Windows 10 to make your app more powerful and engaging.
DirectX12 deep dive
It gets technical in a Build 2015 session that goes deep into the new DirectX12 APIs that you can use to express the most cutting-edge 3D graphics possible across the spectrum of Windows devices.