Windows 8 Using HTML5 and JS, Part 3: Process Mgmt

with expert Peter Thorsteinson

We will look at application states and app lifecycle notification events in this course. Next, let's go over the distinction between launching and activating an app. As part of application Process Lifetime Management, we will explore the options available for storing application state, which are: Local, Temporary, and Roaming Folders and Settings. Finally, you will see how to implement an extended splash screen.

Advanced | 1h 47m | February 12, 2014

Visual StudioCSS3HTMLXAMLJavaScriptWindows 8 DesignWindows 8 AppsWindows 8 Development

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Peter Thorsteinson

Peter Thorsteinson has been working for two decades in many areas of Microsoft-based software development technologies, including all the latest languages, frameworks, and tools. He has been involved in several large scale software development projects and has authored and co-authored several books and courses relating to ASP.NET, AJAX, JavaScript, WPF, WCF, WF, ADO.NET, and LINQ. Peter is currently focusing on ASP.NET MVC, jQuery, Task Parallel Library, Windows Azure, and SharePoint Development.

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