Videos

Preserving your app’s state

Preserving your app’s state

4 years ago
Save and restore app data and the UI state of your Windows Store app so that users can pick up right where they left off. For more information, see the app state sample.
Intro To Python: print method (version 3)

Intro To Python: print method (version 3)

4 years ago
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Intro To Python Part 1: Introduction

Intro To Python Part 1: Introduction

4 years ago
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Building a HID motion sensor

Building a HID motion sensor

4 years ago
This sample is an end-to-end solution that includes instructions for building a simple motion sensor and creating the accompanying firmware. In addition, the solution includes a sample WinRT app that demonstrates using the new HID API to monitor the sensor and control its input reports. For more information, code.msdn.microsoft.com/windowsapps/Sample-motion-sensor-39bea694.
Diff • GitHub & Git Foundations

Diff • GitHub & Git Foundations

4 years ago
Easily decipher file changes with the diff command. Use diff to examine what changes have not been committed, how edits compare to the staging area, and what differences exist between commit history. Tracking changes is what Git does–diff is the command to see how Git observes file-by-file modifications. As always, leave us a comment below […]
Commit • GitHub & Git Foundations

Commit • GitHub & Git Foundations

4 years ago
Discover how to keep track of file changes on the command line, on GitHub.com, and with the GitHub desktop clients. Through all three examples, find out how Git keeps track of modified files, how to use the staging area, and how to use commits as a way to communicate with other team members. As always, […]
Init • GitHub & Git Foundations

Init • GitHub & Git Foundations

4 years ago
Learn how to create a new Git repository from the command line and on github.com. The version control journey of a thousand commits all starts with “git init.” As always, leave us a comment below if you have any questions, and don’t forget to subscribe: bit.ly/githubguides. Thanks! Connect with us. Facebook: fb.com/github Twitter: twitter.com/github and […]
Scanning from your app

Scanning from your app

4 years ago
This video will show you how to add the ability to scan from your Windows Store app. For more information, see the scanning Quickstart as well as the Scan Sample.
Config • GitHub & Git Foundations

Config • GitHub & Git Foundations

4 years ago
Once you’ve got Git installed, several bits of configuration will enhance your experience with the tool and better tune it to your operating system. Let us tell you about settings for your username and email address, line endings, and color, along with the settings’ associated configuration scopes. As always, leave us a comment below if […]
Defrag: Migration Documentation, Folder Search, Mouse Lag

Defrag: Migration Documentation, Folder Search, Mouse Lag

4 years ago
Microsoft tech troubleshooter extraordinaire Gov Maharaj and I help walk you through troubleshooting solutions to your tech support problems. If you have a problem you want to send us, you can use the Problem Step Recorder in Windows 7 (see this for details on how) and send us the zip file to DefragShow@microsoft.com. We will also be […]
Retargeting your app for Windows 8.1

Retargeting your app for Windows 8.1

4 years ago
Need to migrate your Windows Store app to Windows 8.1?  Learn how Visual Studio 2013 makes it easy to retarget your projects and update your code. For more info, see Retarget your Windows Store app to Windows 8.1.
Windows 8.1 Simple Indexing Tip

Windows 8.1 Simple Indexing Tip

4 years ago
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