Learn Windows Store Apps development with these free courses by Microsoft Virtual Academy

Starting development for Windows Store apps but don’t know where to start? Microsoft Virtual Academy offers free training by Experts on a variety of technologies. Below I have listed some great free courses offered by Microsoft Virtual Academy which can help you learn Windows Store Apps development.

Developing Windows Store Apps with HTML5 Jump Start

This course teaches you the essentials of developing Windows Store Apps using HTML5 and JavaScript. It is also meant to be an entry point into Windows Store apps and covers the design aspects too. Presented by Jeremy Foster and Michael Palermo – two seasoned Microsoft Technical Evangelists who are experts in their field.

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Building Windows Store Apps for iOS Developers Jump Start

If you are iOS developer and want to re-use your knowledge of iOS development for Windows Store Apps then this course is made for you.

In this course, Microsoft Principal Technical Evangelist Jaime Rodriguez and Big Nerd Ranch trainers Eric Jeffers and Sean McCune share lessons learned in transitioning from iOS to Windows Store development.

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XAML Deep Dive for Windows & Windows Phone Apps Jump Start

If you develop apps with C# and XAML, then this course is for you to boost your XAML skills. This course focuses on the ins and outs of XAML and is presented by Microsoft Principal Technical Evangelist Jaime Rodriguez and Senior Director for IdentityMine Laurent Bugnion.

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Porting Unity games to Windows 8.1 & Windows Phone

Unity is one of the most popular game development engine and supports development for Windows 8 and Windows Phone too. Take this course to learn how to port your existing games from other platforms to Windows Store as well as Windows Phone.

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More Free Courses

Take a look at following courses too by Microsoft Virtual Academy on Windows Store App Development.

Kanishk Kunal

Kanishk is a Software Engineer turned Online Entrepreneur who has created many successful apps and websites. He devotes most of his time punching his keyboard and swiping his smartphone. Follow him on Twitter @kanishkkunal

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    tom smith

    it’s great booming market of smartphones increasing applications users so peoples in IT background always keen to learn how to build an app thanks for the post

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