Understanding the Portable Library by Chasing ICommand (3 of 3) - by @JeremyLikness
In this series we’ve covered the portable library and reviewed how it allows you to create assemblies that can be shared without recompilation across multiple platforms. You created a portable assembly with a view model and a command in it, then successfully integrated it in a WPF and a Silverlight project. Now it’s time to code for the future and go Metro.
Create a new C# Metro application using the blank page template. Reference the PortableCommandLibrary project. Open the BlankPage.xaml file and drop in the same XAML you used for WPF and Silverlight. First, fix up a reference.
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