Windows 8.1 makes it easy for you to create apps that control devices using the Human Interface Devices (HID) industry standard. This session goes deep into the design of the new Windows Runtime HID API and walks you through the API and its functionality. It also demonstrates a custom HID peripheral to show you how to write apps that discover and communicate with HID devices using input, output, and feature reports.
In this session join a true Cloud enthusiast in pondering the opportunities in the Cloud. Let's talk about what makes the Cloud unique compared to non-cloud predecessors. We will look at the nature of Cloud Computing – service oriented with a focus on statelessness, low coupling, modularity and semantic interoperability. How does this relate to the Modern App? How do I get going if I'm not a 'Cloud enabled Developer' today and is this urgent? We'll talk about how to embrace the change. The session will underline the concepts with demos of services in the Windows Azure Platform.
Most of us want to make money. Developers are no exception. Windows Phone provides a uniform infrastructure for publishing your apps to every Windows Phone user. In Windows Phone 8, we added several new options to increase your ability to make money. In this session, we discuss these in depth.