Month – October 2013

Form POST using HttpClient

My group has been doing a lot of work on taking APIs from various places around the internet and creating sample apps for them.  You can find the samples here http://aka.ms/winappkits Many of the starter kits are using the HttpClient class to get data from the services.  All of the various services just used a […]

Teaching Kids C#

This summer my group AppRochester did a great event teaching kids how to use Construct2 to make games.  And now, PluralSight has come up with a series of videos to help teach kids using other languages.  The first language/tool created for this was App Inventor to make Android applications. The next one was a visual coding […]

New App – Video Game Name Generator

I have recently published a new app for Windows 8.  This is an app that will create random video game names for you to use.  This could be something that is used in a hack-a-thon or even for instructors to create interesting names for sample apps. http://apps.microsoft.com/windows/en-us/app/3fcf26d2-73d0-48cd-ac0e-ce2f2d322164 The functionality for the app is the same […]