Line Of Business Applications with Windows Store in XAML/C#

  • October 10, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Do your clients need to support their current and growing mobile workforce that may have limited data connectivity? Do they require a controlled, secured enterprise infrastructure based on the Microsoft stack? Are they looking to take advantage of the extensible Windows 8 platform to support their existing applications with secured access to printing, file sharing and USB devices? Then creating your next line of business application for Windows Store may be the solution.

In this session, Brandon Downing, Phillip Stewart and David Henry from Adage Technologies will walk through lessons learned while building, styling and deploying Windows Store Apps for the enterprise in XAML/C#. If you’re interested in starting XAML and Windows Store development, or if you’re a seasoned XAML professional, join us as we discuss what it takes to build Windows Store Apps.

Topics will include:

• Application structure & MVVM

• Deep dive of Windows 8 & Windows 8.1 features

• Async/await development

• XAML databinding & styling

• Deployment & security

• Comparison with WPF, Silverlight, Windows Phone


6:00 - 6:30 Food, drinks, and networking  
6:30 - 8:00 Presentation


Brandon Downing - Creative Director at Adage Technologies
Phillip Stewart - Software Developer at Adage Technologies
David Henry - Software Developer at Adage Technologies


Adage Technologies
Adage Technologies utilizes cutting edge technology to provide solutions for companies to better engage users and customers. As a web and app development firm, Adage offers a range of services including user experience, prototyping, design, programming, hosting and on-going maintenance

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  • Jason D.

    I liked it. It was insightful.

    October 10, 2013

  • Jason D.

    Looking forward to attending!

    September 22, 2013

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