This is dead simple.
Just navigate to https://powerbi.com and login with your credentials or you can download desktop and follow same process.
Along with all excitement from BUILD 2016 I am very happy and excited to share that i am awarded as Microsoft MVP (Windows Development Category).
This is my first MVP title so i am even more excited. And excited as always to learn and share with community.
Once again Big Thanks to Microsoft and Community.
Hello all, In this post I will show you how to get current location details (Latitude and Longitude along with current address details like Country, town, street etc.). The API we are using for today are Windows.Devices.Geolocation and Windows.Services.Maps which is part of Windows Runtime APIs. Learn more about Windows Runtime APIs from here.
In this series of posts, I’ll describe how to build a .Net application with MongoDB as a back-end database.
On this first post, I will briefly introduce about MongoDB and environment setup to work with MongoDB.
Windows 10 apps are universal so it runs on any device which have Win10 as operating system but it doesn’t mean that we can’t customize the target device family of app. Here is how you can change the target device family of your app to other specific platform:
Universal Windows Platform (UWP) is awesome. Developing single binary and deploying in any windows-powered device is really awesome. And another most awesome thing is you can even upgrade your existing windows/phone application to windows 10 (UWP) app. Here I will share how to upgrade windows 8.1 app to windows 10. I have a very simple windows 8.1 app (available in store) and I want to upgrade it. These are the steps I followed.
Today I want to share the code of custom progress ring/control for WPF.
Using built in control is not always the solution for our app so sometime we have to make our own custom control for doing same thing. Here I will show you how to make custom progress ring.