I can see you can mix and match C++ and C# WinRT component, they feel like being in the "same realm"..
Further, ideally, I'd like to use some of my 'business data' to customize the text / HTML, any sample?
A train station is where the train stops. A bus station is where the bus stops. On my desk, I have a work station....
My programs never have bugs, they just develop random features.
Ashish G. of MS wrote: "As the flash is integrated with Internet Explorer 10 and does not comes as plug-in, it should work on both – Desktop and Metro version of Internet Explorer."[^].
As example of the confusion: Tim Anderson's blog writing about an interview with Scott Guthrie[^]. Do note the wild diversity, and contradictions, in the various readers' comments.
One wonders if integrating Flash is, on a primary level, an anti-iPad/Apple geo-political move; but one might ask: why not SilverLight; unless one claims, as some responders to the article above do, that WinRT + XAML is "SilverLight 6."
IE10 on Metro and WinRT supposed to be the "no plug-in" browser, so MS emphasized in various public statements, so I thought.
I remain confused about whether on ARM hardware in Win8, other browsers, other than IE10 will be usable.
All attempts at un-confusing me are appreciated
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I try to build a simple windows 8 Metro Style application in JS or C# , I wonder if I can select a picture from an images gallery and put it as wallpaper on my desktop . I already checked few answers but its not working on Windows 8. Any code will Help I used VS2012 with Win8 RP