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Table of Contents
|Windows 8: A Quick Tour||p. 1|
|A User Interface for Touch||p. 1|
|Start Screen||p. 2|
|Start Bar||p. 3|
|Windows Programming Reimagined||p. 4|
|A New Native APIJ: The Windows Runtime||p. 5|
|Language Support||p. 6|
|Hosted Application Model||p. 7|
|Single File Deployment||p. 8|
|Windows Store||p. 8|
|Inside Metro Style Apps||p. 8|
|Application Bar||p. 8|
|Semantic Zoom||p. 9|
|Outside Your App||p. 11|
|Sensors and Devices||p. 12|
|Getting Started||p. 15|
|Where Is the Hello World app?||p. 15|
|Bing Search API||p. 15|
|Getting Started: The BingSimpleSearch App||p. 18|
|Bing Search API Service class||p. 21|
|Calling the Bing Search API||p. 22|
|Wrapping Up the UI||p. 22|
|Running the BingSimpleSearch App||p. 23|
|Unlocking WinRT (the FileSavePicker)||p. 23|
|Application Architecture||p. 27|
|The Bing Image Search App||p. 27|
|Development Process Goals||p. 30|
|Design of the User Interface||p. 30|
|Application Diagram||p. 32|
|Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM)||p. 32|
|Who Comes First: the View or the ViewModel (the ViewModelLocator)?||p. 33|
|Inversion of Control (IoC) Container||p. 35|
|Sending a Message||p. 41|
|Alternatives to the MessageHub||p. 42|
|Application Storage and Tombstoning||p. 42|
|Interacting with the Operating System||p. 47|
|Declaring Your Search Intentions||p. 48|
|Handling SearchPane. QuerySubmitted||p. 48|
|Launching Your App Directly into Search Mode||p. 53|
|Updating the Tile with a Collection of Images||p. 55|
|Updating Multiple Tiles with a Single Command||p. 57|
|Windows Store||p. 77|
|Windows Store App||p. 78|
|Opening Your Developer Account||p. 79|
|Selling Your App||p. 81|
|Ratings and Reviews||p. 82|
|Packaging Your App||p. 83|
|Inside your Appx||p. 86|
|Running Windows App Cert Kit||p. 87|
|Publishing Your App||p. 88|
|Global Reach||p. 89|
|Exposure to Global Markets||p. 90|
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