This particular blog article series aims to get readers understanding XAML on a functional level. The primary focus will be Layout, Content, Control, Styling, Animation, Resources, a little theory and some code behind. The assumption I am making of my readers is that you know how to open Visual Studio, create a project and navigate the IDE. I am gearing this article specifically for people brand new to XAML and C#.
I have been seeing a few blog posts which are discussing RequireJS usage with Windows 8/WinJS; however, I have not seen any posts with working samples so far. I want to take this blog article a step further and provide a fully functioning sample.
Mobile devices are very popular choices for game deployment. The Windows Phone Store has over 4 billion store downloads, which makes it a great place to market your games. But before you add a game to the Windows Market, is a good idea to test your games on an actual mobile device . This article explains step-by-step how to get your Unity Game deployed to a test device!
I had a great meeting with the Charlotte Area Game Development Group last Monday night. The Group is sponsored by Meridian Technologies, and is hosted by the Charlotte Microsoft Office. I met the team leader, Matt Duffield, who is doing a fantastic job running and organizing the Group. The key presenter that evening was Dan Russell Pinson, the creator of Monster Physics and the upcoming game Tower Math! Dan’s work can be found on his website.
The focus for Tuesday’s meeting was on Optimizing Mobile 3D Games in Unity and exploring some of the tools, tips and tricks for deploying to the various platforms. Continue reading →