Windows Phone 8.1 introduces new mechanisms to allow applications to execute while not in the foreground. A converged Triggers and Background Tasks implementation allows tasks to launch on time, location, push, Bluetooth and system events. Learn how new resource policies affect how and when your application runs in the background and how to use these new feature from Windows XAML and Microsoft Silverlight 8.1 applications.
Testability is more important than ever. With short ship cycles and the desire for continuous delivery, it is critical to quickly know if a modification has destabilized your code base. This session will enable you to use a dependency injection container of your choice to create testable code. We will examine tightly coupled code and what problems it causes and how DI can be used to avoid these problems. The Unity DI container will be used as the medium to understand the concepts.
Windows applications can run on phones, tablets, PCs and beyond. Designing and building your application to take advantage of different screen sizes and resolutions is critical to making beautiful, engaging applications that your customers will love across all their devices.
Just getting started with your Lync Voice deployment? Come join us as we explore the wide range of Lync voice telephony capabilities that you'll want to know about to make your deployment a success, including call routing scenarios, user features, response groups, and devices. In this session we discuss how to plan, configure, and manage these features in for UC environments big and small.