Last Wednesday was a special day, after weeks of preparation the first WPDev Fusion kicked off a new initiative with a huge success. With live attendees from all over the world, hundreds of tweets on our #wpdevfusion hashtag and great sessions by our top speakers we couldn’t have imagined a better start. After the success of Windows Phone Week in October we realized something bigger and longer-lasting should be available for our beloved #wpdev community. This event was the first step towards the WPDev Fusion community the will be organizing events and hosting content online throughout 2014 and beyond.
We are well aware that not everyone has been able to attend the full event and therefore we are happy to announce the availability of recordings, slides and samples for every WPDev Fusion session. See the bottom of this post for an overview.
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Thanks again to everyone for being part of this event, enjoy the recordings and slides and we hope to welcome you back to a WPDev Fusion event in the future.
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Utilizing the Speech API – Maciej Grabek
Is there any other way to establish communication between user and app different to graphical user interface and touch? Yes… there is… Instead of normal interaction we can simply TALK with our app. What more is that our app can talk to us! This gives you lot of new possibilities and WOW factor. Join this presentation to learn more how to surprise users of your app.
Local data access in Windows Phone – Matteo Pagani
One of the most common requirements in a Windows Phone app is to store data locally, so that they can be accessed also when the Internet connection is missing. During this session we’ll see the available solutions: local storage, serialization and databases.
Mapping Tips and Tricks – Joost van Schaik
Windows Phone has a very exciting and versatile set of APIs around maps, location and routing. This session takes you on a short roundtrip through the features and ends with some real GIS integration
Basic Map manipulation & querying
Drawing and querying points on the map
Drawing and querying lines/polygons on the map
Integrate with routing
Basic proximity detection using Location tracking
An App – No Code: The Microsoft App Studio – Peter Nowak
With Microsoft App Studio it is finally possible to create Apps without developer knowledge. There are some basics to learn. What these are and what you need to know is shown in this session.
Sharing Data between W8 and WP8: SkyDrive for developers
Users love being able to share data between apps on Windows 8 and Windows Phone. This session shows you how to use SkyDrive to share data between platforms as well as encryption techniques.
Ask the experts
A full 30 minute “Ask the experts”-session with our speakers: Peter Nowak, Maciej Grabek, Ginny Caughey, Matteo Pagani and Joost van Schaik to wrap up the event.
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