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The Model-View-ViewModel pattern is a common denominator between applications using XAML to create the user interface. First applied in WPF, it was then easily ported to Silverlight and Windows Phone development. With WinRT and the Metro-style applications, XAML is now a first-class citizen for native Windows 8 development.
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If you are experienced with Microsoft .NET or Silverlight and are already familiar with XAML, this session teaches you everything you need to know to create a Metro style app for Windows 8. This session covers updates to familiar features and explores concepts that are new for Windows 8. This session shows you how to turn your XAML skills into money-making Metro style apps.
Xamarin has launched the Xamarin Designer for Android that is now available for Visual Studio and MonoDevelop. The Designer allows to visually create beautiful layouts for Android applications from directly within Visual Studio and MonoDevelop.