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by Meshack Musundi
A Metro tile puzzle game
by Chris Maunder, Pete O'Hanlon
The Fake Project - The first two days of a Code Project redesign.
by Colin Eberhardt
This blog post looks at the new concept of ‘transitions’ that WinRT, within Windows 8, introduces. This concept makes it very easy for you to create a fluid and interactive UI without going anywhere near storyboards! I have to admit it, I am a big fan of the Metro Design Language; the cl
by Colin Eberhardt
This blog post describes the implementation of a metro ’tilt’ effect for Windows Phone 7 which causes element to respond to user interactions by tilting in 3D.

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by SneakyPeet
Domain Driven Design App Structure - Part 2
by SneakyPeet
At the center of our DDD universe lies the Domain. It is the beating heart of our application. The life of our application flows out of the domain like blood through the body. DRAMA! What I am trying to get at is that the domain is really important. I mean it is right there in the name: Domain Drive
by mrcellux
The philosophy of domain-driven design - placing the primary focus on the core domain - is a very natural and powerful concept for application design. Despite the core idea being simple, the learning curve is apparently steep. DDD is very often implemented wrongly, an unideal architectural decision
by Neelesh Vishwakarma
Introduction to objects and classes in JavaScript


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