Série de vídeos sobre sensores em UWP

January 18, 2017

Acabo de concluir uma série de vídeos sobre o uso de sensores em UWP, que publiquei no Channel 9. São vídeos curtos, com até 15 minutos cada. Vale a pena dar uma conferida e ver como usar os sensores disponíveis no Windows 10 (os programas funcionam tanto no desktop, em tablets, como no smartphone Windows 10):

https://channel9.msdn.com/Series/Windows-Development/Trabalhando-com-Sensores-em-UWP-Parte-1-Sensor-de-Luz – Sensor de Luz – Mostra como usar o sensor de luz para mudar a visualização conforme a luminosidade do ambiente

https://channel9.msdn.com/Series/Windows-Development/Trabalhando-com-Sensores-em-UWP-Parte-2-Bssola – Bússola – Mostra como usar a bússola para dizer ao usuário a sua orientação

https://channel9.msdn.com/Series/Windows-Development/Trabalhando-com-Sensores-em-UWP-Parte-3-Inclinmetro – Inclinômetro – Usa o inclinômetro para mover uma bola na tela conforme o usuário inclina seu dispositivo para a direita ou para a esquerda

https://channel9.msdn.com/Series/Windows-Development/Trabalhando-com-Sensores-em-UWP-Parte-4-Acelermetro – Acelerômetro – Usa o acelerômetro para fazer uma bola pular na tela quando se chacoalha o dispositivo

https://channel9.msdn.com/Series/Windows-Development/Trabalhando-com-Sensores-em-UWP-Parte-5-Geolocalizao – Geolocalização – Usa o sensor de localização para obter o local atual, consultar um serviço de meteorologia e saber se irá chover no seu local atual

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    Multi-Monitor debugging in Visual Studio

    January 12, 2017

    When you have a multi-monitor device, you usually want to write code in one monitor and debug the program in another one. This is especially helpful when you want to debug some visual interface that is rendered by the code (or debug the Paint event, for WinForms apps). But the program you’re debugging insists to […]

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    Working with the Surface Dial in UWP

    December 31, 2016

    Not long ago, Microsoft released its new device, the Surface Studio, a powerhorse with a 28” touch screen, with characteristics that put it in the wish list for every geek (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/surface/devices/surface-studio/overview). With it, Microsoft released the Surface Dial, a rotary wheel that redefines the way you work when you are doing some creative design (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/surface/accessories/surface-dial). […]

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    2016 Retrospective–Open Source Projects

    December 24, 2016

    2016 is coming to an end (What an year here in Brazil!), and we can see retrospectives everywhere. I don’t want to do a “What happened”  or “What did I do”  retrospective. Instead, I want to write about the open source projects I used along the year. I use open source projects a lot (I […]

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    Debugging with OzCode

    December 2, 2016

    Introduction On my developer work, there are some tools that make my job much easier and I use them on a daily basis and miss them when I go to a computer where I don’t have them. To create code, I think that there’s no better tool than Resharper (see my article about it here). […]