Android to Windows 8 Part 7: Adding “Back” Navigation
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At the rate technology is developing today, staying ahead of the game can be quite the challenge. For developers especially, there is the pressure of adapting to new platforms and coding languages in addition to the demand to create innovative apps in their preferred environment.

In this post from an industry insider, discover ways in which Android developers can make the transition to Windows 8 application development, specifically on creating a Windows store project.   Get step-by-step instructions of how to circumvent the lack of a "Back" button on Windows 8 devices by adding navigation to your apps.

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