CHAPTER 11

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Communicating Between Apps

You’ve already seen a number of ways that apps can communicate with each other. In Chapter 6, you used FileOpenPicker and FileSavePicker to share resume data between UWP apps. In Chapters 8 and 10, you used the URI launcher to launch a completely separate application. In the case of the Maps app from Chapter 8 you learned how parameters can be passed from the calling app and utilized in the receiving app. This chapter continues the notion of app-to-app communication by introducing a number of new ways in which apps can communicate with one another. You will also be revisiting the aforementioned approaches. ...

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