Showing posts from January, 2017

Universal App: PriceChecker

Not sure whether the product you would like to purchase is an awesome deal or just another rip-off price? Well, my new PriceChecker app for Windows 10 might be the perfect match for you! Simply scan the barcode on the price tag and compare the consumer reviews and price on Amazon. The app is free of change and contains no adverts. So, what are you waiting for? Check it out and download it from the Windows Store...

UWPCore: A development acceleration framework for the Universal Windows Platform

Since it has proven stability and reliability in two successful Windows 10 project for more than a year, we thought about to open source our service-driven framework. Even when it has not reached version 1.0 yet, you can nevertheless use it for your next project right now. Check out the UWPCore Framework on Github . I developed this framework in course of the last year together with my friend Patrick Mutter. More information about the framework is written down on the landing page of the repository. It even includes a short description of how to get started. In case you use our framework, and consider any kind of problem or bug, feel free to either open an issue on Github, or via a pull request.

Update: Action Note 2.2

Action Note just received another update. Version 2.2 brings a couple of improvements: Added support to set Action Note as default app for Notes using the "onenote-cmd" protocol (PC/Tablet only) Updated UI of the sidebar-menu Fixed minor UI issues Added new languages: Dutch, Hungarian Due to the included "onenote-cmd" protocoll binding, Action Note is now finally able to be set as the default app for the "Note" button within the Action Center. Unfortunately, the app has to be set as default manually. Furthermore, the default app settings are not available on Windows 10 Mobile yet. By the way, this version of Action Note is powered on the (finally) first public release candidate of our framework for UWP based projects. As soon as the repository of the framework is public, I will post the link on this blog.