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Accessing the Camera in a Windows 8 Metro Style App using HTML and JavaScript
Accessing the Camera in a Windows 8 Metro Style App using HTML and JavaScript
Accessing the Camera in a Windows 8 Metro Style App using HTML and JavaScript
Accessing the Camera in a Windows 8 Metro Style App using HTML and JavaScript
Accessing the Camera in a Windows 8 Metro Style App using HTML and JavaScript
Accessing the Camera in a Windows 8 Metro Style App using HTML and JavaScript
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Accessing the Camera in a Windows 8 Metro Style App using HTML and JavaScript

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This short screencast will show you how to access the Camera in your own Windows 8 Metro Style App using HTML and JavaScript. We do this in a fun, immersive way utilizing the free MetroGameKit …

This short screencast will show you how to access the Camera in your own Windows 8 Metro Style App using HTML and JavaScript. We do this in a fun, immersive way utilizing the free MetroGameKit (http://metrogamekit.codeplex.com). Fore more videos check out http://blogs.msdn.com/davedev

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  • 1. Step 1: Assign HTML ElementimgPlayerStep 2: CameraCaptureUIWindows.Media.Capture.CameraCaptureUI, CameraCaptureUIMode.photoStep 3 : Assign the resultCropping, URL.createObjectURL(file)
  • 2. Step 1: Assign HTML ElementimgPlayerStep 2: CameraCaptureUIWindows.Media.Capture.CameraCaptureUI, CameraCaptureUIMode.videoStep 3 : Assign the resultCropping, URL.createObjectURL(file)

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