JorgeA, on 29 July 2012 - 11:03 PM, said:
Looks like I wasn't quick enough! The first of your four links redirected me somewhere else, and the second one said that the content had been removed.
No, maybe there is a misunderstanding, my bad
has ALREADY had it's contents removed, but it still titled "Dev Center - Metro style apps
> Docs", I said "quickly" because they could remove it (without the link to the following *anytime*).
What I find interesting is that the above page is linked on the mentioned:
as a hyperlink titled "Windows Runtime"
Since I presume, that apart form the folly of using something called "Visual Studio 11 Ultimate
" the good Raffaele Rialdi
knows what he writes, I found queer that there is not any mention of "WinRT" or "windows Runtime" on the new pages:
if not in the latter as:
I would also like to highlight the BIG NEWS
(still on this latter page):
Apps can talk to each other
App contracts are a way for users to seamlessly search across and share content between different apps. They extend the usefulness of your app by eliminating the need to work with varying standards or app-specific APIs to access data stored or created by another app, all while keeping users in your branded experience. You don’t need to know anything about the target app other than its declared support for the target contract – it just works.
"Apps can talk to each other", I mean WOW
, it's not like DOS anymore!
Please note how the above page is "in theory" targeted to "developers", I wonder about the "qualifications" that actual developers must have to actually *need* such a technical explanation as "You don’t need to know anything about the target app other than its declared support for the target contract – it just works
It must be a joke of some kind
, though I completely fail to get which part is the funny one