Posted in Windows 10 UWP, Windows UWP 10

How To Play MPEG-DASH Videos In Windows 10 UWP App

DASH content usually consists of media files encoded at the various qualities and a manifest, which provides the information on the media files to the end user.

For DASH, the actual A/V streams are called the Media Presentation, while the manifest file is called the Media Presentation Description (.mpd) files. It contains the collection of structured audio/video content. This service provides support for both Video on Demand (VoD) and live streaming.

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Semantic Zoom In Windows 10 UWP App

In Windows 10 using a Semantic Zoom control is a way to visualize a data set using different levels of meaning and easily switch between them. It effectively allows the user to use zoomout and zoomin view of the data by alphabetic grouping or summarizing the data in some way.

If you have a long list view then user can be able to jump particular to a item instead of continuing to scroll. For the user it can provide an easy and intuitive way to traverse the data with the higher groupings providing a shortcut into the list.

 

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Integrate Facebook Login In Windows 10 Universal App

In this article we are going to see how to integrate Facebook SDK and steps to integrate the Facebook Login into your Windows 10 Universal app.

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Let’s see the steps.

Before starting you will have to go to the Facebook Developer Portal and create a new app for windows platform then get a Facebook App ID like the following screen.

Go to https://developers.facebook.com and login with your account.

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How to show image in circle shape

In this article we are going to see how to show the image in circular shape and decode the pixel in windows 10 UWP.

To perform this task we are going to use two controls Ellipse and ImageBrush.

The following code will show image we set to the ImageBrush as circular

<Ellipse Width="150" Height="150">
            <Ellipse.Fill>
                <ImageBrush ImageSource="Assets/w10.jpg" />
            </Ellipse.Fill>
   </Ellipse>

You can set the ImageSource as url like the following code

<Ellipse Width="150" Height="150">
       <Ellipse.Fill>
            <ImageBrush ImageSource="http://csharpcorner.mindcrackerinc.netdna-cdn.com/UploadFile/AuthorImage/2b876a20140602051459.png" />
       </Ellipse.Fill>
 </Ellipse>

Now run the app and looks the output like the following image

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