VB Universal Windows App Part 5: calling into platform-specific APIs from PCL

Posted by: The Visual Basic Team, on 20 Jun 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

This is Part 5 of the "VB Universal Windows App" series: Part 1: Setting up the universal Windows app in the Dev Centers, and in VS Solution Explorer Part 2: Sharing XAML, Assets and Code Part 3: Local and Roaming settings, and In-App purchases Part 4: Sound effects with SharpDX > Part 5: How to call platform-specific APIs from common code Download full source code [June 21st] So far we've been able to re-use all our code and XAML by placing them in the PCL. Actually, PCLs can only ever contain...

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