Tag Archives: Windows 10

Good to know: Windows SmartScreen certificate reputation

Assume that you have developed a full-trust Windows desktop application (such as based on WPF) and deployed it using ClickOnce some time ago. Of course, to ensure people trust your application upon downloading or running it, you signed its manifests using … Continue reading

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Microsoft October Event: developer view

Yesterday Microsoft announced a few things at its October Event. Let’s see what I think this means for a developer. Windows 10 Creators Update, 3D, HoloLens and Windows Holographic We need to start embracing 3D in our apps, both in our … Continue reading

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Prepare for holographic era

Looking on trends, business news, and development forums, I’m now pretty sure that holographic apps will represent the next wave of technological innovation in just a few years. No, smartphones will not suddenly die, but more and more people will probably buy … Continue reading

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The failure of success

Recently, Microsoft has finally reached an outstanding success (that I’ve expected): they eventually completely unified desktop and mobile Windows apps (even that the OS still has different “editions”, i.e. Windows vs. Windows Mobile). Now you can use a single code base for developing … Continue reading

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