Windows Store Apps Process Model

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Jeffrey Richter


Care to get down and dirty with the process model used for Windows Store apps? Hitch a ride on the Richter train and learn about the various ways that an app gets activated as well as how it uses threads and windows. Along the way, you’ll learn how to architect your app so that it uses memory efficiently as it navigates the user from page to page, about process lifetime management (PLM), and how Microsoft Windows manages your app’s lifetime to further conserve memory, reduce CPU usage, and simplify the end-user experience.

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