Posts Tagged ‘Dev’

Review of a geek’s 2014

We are close to the end of this year 2014, time for a little review. At the beginning of the year, I was mostly busy with working on my UserVoice library that makes it easier for me and other developers to integrate UserVoice into Windows Phone apps. I also launched Voices Admin, the companion app […]


[Updated] NFC Toolkit uri schemes

If you are following me, you might have noticed that uri schemes actually are playing a big role in my Windows Phone apps. (read more) NFC Toolkit, one of my main projects, offers now also the possibility to interact with your apps. One of the unique features of NFC Toolkit is profiles. Profiles are designed […]


Dev Story Series (Part 5 of many): Styling a WebView or WebBrowser element

This post is about styling our WebView or WebBrowser in our app. Until now, we only got the HTML string that we are displaying in our WebView or WebBrowser. It looks like this: The content we receive from our WordPress post content includes already all kind of HTML tags like paragraphs, lists, links, images. That […]


Dev Story Series (Part 3 of many): Why I use a WebBrowser/WebView to display WordPress post content

When it comes to display the post content on a blog reader app, it starts to become a bit challenging. The post content is formatted to look great on your website. But when we pull our posts into an app, there is only the naked, HTML formatted string. As developer, you have to think about […]


Dev Story Series (Part 1 of many): Creating a data class for both Windows 8 and Windows Phone app

As I promised earlier on my application for the Intel App Innovation Contest on codeproject.com, I will do a series of blog posts for my application MSicc´s Blog for Windows 8 and Windows Phone. This is the first article in my new Dev Story Series, where I describe the development process of the app. I […]


Microsoft wants your Feedback on WindowsPhone – Developer and User!

With the release of Windows Phone Mango Microsoft issued also two new Feedback programs. First I want to have al look on the developer-part: Microsoft created a userchoice.com-site for developers, which can be found here. Recently they extended the page with an dedicated app for Windows Phone. Here are some shots:         […]