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Video: An Interview with the creators of “WormRun” for Windows 8

Abstract: Stacey Mulcahy welcomes Mike Christatos and Andy Wallace from Golden Ruby Games as they discuss how they created “WormRun” for Windows 8. Tune in as they share their story from concept to creative to code as well as how they integrated the use of an Xbox controller to play their game.

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Video: Twitter API Starter Kit for Windows 8

Video: The Instagram API Starter Kit for Windows Store Apps

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In this APIMASH installment, Stacey Mulcahy showcases the Instagram Starter Kit.  Tune in for this quick demo which shows you how you can integrate this API into your own Windows 8 app.

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Video: Publishing your Windows 8 App in 3 Easy Steps

In these three short screencasts, Technical Evangelist Jim O’Neil, walks through the process of submitting your Windows 8 app to the Windows 8 store certification process.

  • [00:28] Manifest editor: Application UI
  • [00:40] Required visual assets
  • [02:28] Manifest editor: Capabilities
  • [03:06] Privacy policy requirement
  • [03:45] Manifest editor: Declarations
  • [04:01] Manifest editor: Packaging

  • [00:47] Step 1: Application Name
  • [00:58] Step 2: Selling Details
  • [02:27] Step 3: Services
  • [03:38] Step 4: Age rating and rating certificates
  • [03:16] Step 5: Cryptography
  • [03:35] Step 6: Packages
  • [05:03] Step 6a: Windows Application Certification Kit (WACK)
  • [05:52] Step 6b: Uploading the .appxupload files
  • [06:17] Step 7: Description (including Privacy Policy)
  • [07:02] Step 8: Notes to testers
  • [07:27] Review and submit

Video: The Chuck Norris & Rotten Tomatoes API Starter Kits for Windows Store Apps

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In today’s APIMASH episode, Bob Familiar shows us how to get started with the Rotten Tomatoes and Chuck Norris Starter Kits. Tune in as he walks us through both APIs and shows us how easy it is to get started building apps for Windows 8.

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Video: The Active Access Starter Kit for Windows Store Apps

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Maria Naggaga stops by for this APIMASH episode and gives us a tour of the Active Access Starter Kit she developed as well as some valuable tips on the importance of data considerations you should be aware of when building your Windows 8 apps.

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Video: The StackExchange API Starter Kit for Windows Store Apps

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Michael Cummings  joins us for this APIMASH episode as he gives us an overview of the StackExchange Starter Kit. Tune in as he walks us through the steps required to get started and how you can leverage this knowledge to build your own Windows 8 apps.

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Video: Univision API Starter Kit for Windows 8

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Diego Lizarazo joins us for this APIMASH episode as he gives us an overview of the Univision Starter Kit he developed. Tune in as he walks us through the steps required to get started and how you can leverage this knowledge to build your own Windows 8 apps.

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Video: World of Warcraft API Starter Kit for Windows 8

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Dave Isbitski shows off his World of Warcraft API Starter Kit in this APIMASH episode. Watch this quick demo on how to get started with this workable app template and get started today building your own Windows 8 app.

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