by Gian Paolo Santopaolo
Since the release of Windows 10, we started hearing the term "More Personal Computing" to define the new era of devices.
In this session we will explore what it means in terms of Universal Windows Platform API, to develop a More Personal and More Secure app by implementing: Touch, Ink, Vision, and Identity.
Which are the limits of today’s human-computer interaction?
Is it possible to make the Windows 10 user experience even more personal?
Let's create a Windows 10 UWP app together and explore ways users are interacting with computers today. Things we can do to make their experience even more personal, are to implement a new set of controls, which enable us, developers, to build better software for social interaction and more human computing and to give users an even more natural experience.
What happens when we need to scale tablet and desktop apps to Large Screen Experience (LSX)? The problem here: The effective pixel challenge when developing UWP for LSX. That’s the last takeaway from this session.