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Posted 9 Oct 2012

Nutrition Analyzer: A new Windows 8 App

, 2 Dec 2012 CPOL
Submission for the Ultrabooks App Innovation Contest Category: Win 8 Desktop Apps, subcategory: Healthcare.



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12 - publicly available Yes 1-Dec-12 23:30 Available Cornelius Henning
The article has been approved
11 No 1-Dec-12 20:34 Pending Cornelius Henning
The user's interface was changed to match the UI in the final version of the app published by Intel AppUp store.
9 No 1-Dec-12 17:06 Pending Cornelius Henning
The windows' styles in the article was brought in line with the app as published by the AppUp store.
8 No 1-Dec-12 17:00 Pending Cornelius Henning
Visual styles of GUI windows now reflect actual windows of the app, as published by the AppUp store.
7 No 1-Dec-12 16:16 Pending Cornelius Henning
GUI brought in line with app as published by the Intel AppUp store.
6 No 1-Dec-12 7:23 Pending Cornelius Henning
User's interface brought in line with UI as applies to app published in Intel AppUp store
5 No 1-Dec-12 5:28 Pending Cornelius Henning
User interface brought in line with app as published by AppUp store
4 No 9-Oct-12 11:03 Available Chris Maunder
Updates in content.
3 No 9-Oct-12 7:19 Available Smitha Nishant
Updates in content. 410 changes had been made.
2 No 9-Oct-12 5:20 Pending Cornelius Henning
Updates in content. 75 changes had been made.
1 No 9-Oct-12 5:13 Composing Cornelius Henning
Initial creation


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Cornelius Henning
United States United States
I was trained as an electronics engineer and spent a large part of my life designing embedded controllers for industrial equipment. I did a lot of coding for these controllers in plain old C. I also created many apps in C, C++, as well as visual version of C++ all the way to C#. Many of these apps dealt with processing information mined in databases. I started learning to code for database engines, starting in the 1980's with DB2, Quicksilver, through to MS SQLExpress 2010. I enjoy golf and fiddling with Windows based computers. I am now retired and doing software development in my spare time as a hobby.

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