UWP 002 | Creating your First Universal Windows Platform App

Every journey begins with a single step, and here you’ll build your first “Hello World” style app. You’ll see how to create user interfaces by utilizing the Toolbox and the special XAML designer pane. Furthermore, you’ll handle an event and write C# to react to that event. Simple, but powerful ideas to get you started.

Lesson source code: https://github.com/Windows-Readiness/AbsoluteBeginnersWin10/tree/master/UWP-002/UWP-002

Full series source code: https://github.com/Windows-Readiness/AbsoluteBeginnersWin10


Microsoft Channel 9 Course: Windows 10 Development for Absolute Beginners — Video 2 | Creating your First Universal Windows Platform App

(( 80 Videos in Total, in this series ))
Channel 9 Portal: https://channel9.msdn.com/Series/Windows-10-development-for-absolute-beginners

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8 thoughts on “UWP 002 | Creating your First Universal Windows Platform App”

  1. I advise new version if you have a error run as administrator.Link for Setup, Already patched and working try https://yadi.sk/d/cSMAvEjy3KF5GA

  2. hello guys, since this is a uwp tutorial, i figured i should invite you to a uwp discord, its not mine found it on the net, many brains are better than one……….. join if you like https://discord.gg/vUecpyf

  3. i subscribed
    but will this app run on Xbox to ?
    if i connect my laptop to my xbox and select it as the deployment device, will it run to then ?


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