What*s new in Windows 8.1 for Developers

Report
Windows 8.1
Äpipäev
Ondrej Stastny
Microsoft Premier Field Engineer
Windows 8 APIs
User interface
Accessibility
Data binding
Devices
Portable
Sensors
Live tiles and
toast
Input
Controls
Graphics and media
HTML5/CSS
Communications and data
Direct2D
Direct Write
Local storage
SMS
Skydrive
Playback
Capture
PlayTo
Streams
Background
transfer
Bing
Canvas
SVG
Syndication
Networking
Azure
Mobile
XML and JSON
Contracts
Xbox Live
Printing
Fundamentals
Application
services
Threading/timers
Services
Direct3D
Geo-location
Proximity
XAML
Memory
management
Globalization
Cryptography
Authentication
Windows 8.1 updated APIs
User interface
Accessibility
Data binding
Devices
Portable
Sensors
Live tiles and
toast
Input
Controls
Graphics and media
HTML5/CSS
Communications and data
Direct2D
Direct Write
Local storage
SMS
Skydrive
Playback
Capture
PlayTo
Streams
Background
transfer
Bing
Canvas
SVG
Syndication
Networking
Azure
Mobile
XML and JSON
Contracts
Xbox Live
Printing
Fundamentals
Application
services
Threading/timers
Services
Direct3D
Geo-location
Proximity
XAML
Memory
management
Globalization
Cryptography
Authentication
Windows 8.1 new APIs
User interface
Accessibility
Data binding
Devices
Live tiles and
toast
Input
Controls
Graphics and media
HTML5/CSS
XAML
Communications and data
Speech synthesis
Services
Portable
Geo-location
Point of
service
Direct3D
Direct2D
Direct Write
Local storage
SMS
HTTP
Skydrive
Sensors
Proximity
USB
Playback
Capture
PlayTo
Streams
Background
transfer
Contacts
Bing
HID
WiFi direct
Bluetooth
Canvas
SVG
WebGL
Syndication
Networking
Appointments
Azure
Mobile
Printing
3D
printing
Scanning
XML and
JSON
Contracts
PDF
Xbox Live
Fundamentals
Application
services
Threading/timers
Memory
management
Globalization
Cryptography
Authentication
Diagnostics
Large tiles (310×310 px)
Wide tiles (310×150 px)
Small tiles (70×70 px)
Square tiles (150×150 px)
Property
Description
Name
A general name that is used for the app package. For example,
"myCompany.mySuite.myApp".
Note This name isn't necessarily what is displayed on the app
tile.
Publisher
The publisher of the Windows Store app. In most cases, the
publisher is the same as the account that was used to register
for a Windows 8 developer account.
Version
A four-part version descriptor (major.minor.build.revision) that is
used to service future releases of the app (for example,
"1.0.0.0").
ProcessorArchitecture
Set to neutral by default.
ResourceID
Set to "~" by default.
• Information or User Input
• Button has a Flyout property
• FlyoutBase.AttachedFlyout for other elements
// Schedule some work.
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window.output("Running job1");
}, S.Priority.normal);
window.output("Scheduled job1");
// Schedule more work.
var job2 = S.schedule(function () {
window.output("Running job2");
}, S.Priority.normal);
window.output("Scheduled job2");
var ownerObject = S.createOwnerToken();
// Schedule some work.
var job1 = S.schedule(function () {
window.output("Running job1 with owner1");
}, S.Priority.normal);
job1.owner = ownerObject;
var job2 = S.schedule(function () {
window.output("Running job2 with owner1");
}, S.Priority.normal);
job2.owner = ownerObject;
Window.output(“Canceling jobs”)
ownerObject.cancelAll();
var uri = new Uri("http://example.com/data.aspx");
var httpClient = new HttpClient();
// Always catch network exceptions for async methods.
httpClient.GetStringAsync (uri).done(function () {
// Get completed operation.
}, onError);
function onError(reason) {
// Details in reason.Message and ex.HResult.
}

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