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Easily implement licensing in your applications with Project License

A few hours ago I launched my new licensing service as a beta release. I called the service “Project License”, just because that describes the product really well. Codename “Task HedgeHog” is a bit less descriptive. Project License makes it… Continue Reading →

Summer TechSchool

Hey Gee..eeks!! around the globe, The Developer Source is making FREE online sessions on how to develop Universal Apps for Windows. We are providing a path for beginners to increase their development skills. About Summer TechSchool Summer TechSchool is the new… Continue Reading →

Working with alarms and reminders

Introduction Alarms and reminders are some of the various Windows Phone scheduled notification options that every developer can take advantage of to make his app more responsive and useful. They inherit from ScheduledNotfication and the ScheduledActionService class. In this tutorial… Continue Reading →

How to implement in-app purchases in Windows Phone 8 app

Although we prefer Windows Phone 8.1 apps over Windows Phone 8 applications – read this post for more information – we were asked by a reader to write a tutorial on how to integrate in-app purchases in a Windows Phone… Continue Reading →

Why you should think about updating your Windows Phone 8 apps to 8.1

With Windows 10 coming out soon, there are still a lot of Windows Phone 8 apps around. Those apps didn’t get an update to Windows Phone 8.1. And of course, that’s not a big problem, because Windows Phone 8 apps… Continue Reading →

Top New for women: you definitely need this app

General Description  A Woman’s Diary is an application designed to help women all over the world It’s your ultimate period tracker and your best cell doctor for you with every step of your everyday life. Dear Girl, dear Woman and dear… Continue Reading →

Siri, Google Now or Cortana?

Since the release of Windows Phone 8.1, Microsoft introduced Cortana, their own personal assistant. Cortana joined Siri and Google Now, two competing systems by Apple and Google, of course. But which system is actually the most useful? Apple was the… Continue Reading →

Windows 10: Briefing

Here we are again, to notify you that Microsoft has planned a live briefing about Windows 10. They will reveal a lot of new features, Windows 10 for phones and probably even some new hardware. Doesn’t that look interesting? You… Continue Reading →

Download Windows 10 Technical Preview

A quick update, you can download the Windows 10 Technical Preview right now! To download the preview click on the download link below. Download the Windows 10 Technical Preview.    

Poll – Will an average user like Windows 10 better than Windows 8?

   

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