Windows* 8 Store App - Gradebook Sample App


The gradebook sample application showcases how to use Portable Class Libraries to demonstrate sharing logic across application platform targets including Windows Desktop and the Windows Store. The app then follows the Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) pattern to bind to the data. We use this approach to create classes and objects that can be reused in various client applications.

  • Sviluppatori
  • Microsoft Windows* 8.x
  • Principiante
  • ultrabook
  • touch
  • Windows* Desktop application
  • Windows* Store application
  • WindowsCodeSample
  • Gradebook
  • Desktop Microsoft Windows* 8
  • Interfaccia utente stile Microsoft Windows* 8
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