Capturing image or video is very common requirement for any windows store app. Displaying the Camera preview in a app is very easy now a days with the help of MediaCapture class. But this causes an issue where when the user tries to minimize the app or tries to switch some other app in the screen then the… Read More »
“Windows Simulator has detected that you have saved a Windows Credential …” error dialog is very common when you try to deploy and run any Windows Store app in Windows Simulator. This error message indicate there is already one entry in the Credential manager, which is preventing the simulator to start. The quick solution of this problem to… Read More »
When you start debugging by using F5, Visual Studio builds and deploys the app in a respective packages in the local storage, and then starts the app. If you stop the debugging, you can run the app from installed location or if you execute it from Visual Studio again, Visual Studio just update the packages with updated components… Read More »
In the previous post you have learned about the 5 simple steps to getting started with Camera in Windows Store App. By following those steps you should be able to get preview of video from the default camera from the device. When we developed apps for Tablets and most of the tablets has multiple cameras ( mainly front and rear… Read More »
MediaCapture class provides the functionalities for dealing with all kind of Audio and Video capturing in Windows Store Application. Using the properties and methods provided with this class, it is quite easy to capture audio and video . This Tip talk about simple steps to start building application using Camera in your windows store app.
While building Apps using XAML, in many instances you may encounter this problem where you need to get an access for the container element from an ItemControl elements. For an example, you have GridView Control, and which has some grouped element as part of Item DataTemplate. If you handle only the GridItemClick event with command pattern (Using ICommand),… Read More »