Weathr, the C++, DirectX and XAML Windows Store App

Posted by: MSDN: Coding4Fun, on 15 Jan 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

In today's Windows Wednesday project, we're highlighting a project from Thomas Petchel (and team)  that is showing off how you can use DirectX, XAML and C++ to build a cool Windows Store App...Weathr (C++, DirectX, and XAML)Weathr is a 3D weather app for Windows 8.1 using C++, DirectX, and XAML.Why a weather app?While working on the Hilo C++ project, I really wanted to further explore the intersection among C++, DirectX, and XAML in the context of a Windows Store app. A 3D weather app seemed novel...

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