Windows Store DirectX Game Template
The Windows Store DirectX Game Template is a multi-project project template for creating Windows Store games using Visual C++ and DirectX together with theDirectX Tool Kit. It is a creation of Michael B. McLaughlin.
It is compatible with all versions of Visual Studio 2012 which can be used to create Windows Store apps. You also need the Windows SDK 8.0 or greater installed (note: this is typically installed automatically when installing a qualifying version of Visual Studio 2012). Please let me know if you have any trouble installing or using the template and please feel free to leave suggestions, comments, ideas, and (constructive) criticism.
Version 1.1. Version 1.1 adds several classes which are useful for XAML data binding: BindableBase, UICommand, MultipleConvertersConverter, BooleanToVisibilityConverter, and BooleanNegationConverter.
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Microsoft Corporation does not sponsor or endorse the Windows Store DirectX Game Template project and is neither involved in its development nor otherwise affiliated with the project.