I updated my wife’s Windows RT table to Windows Blue (8.1) RT by downloading the bits from the Windows Store on 6/29/2013. After verifying that the OS was behaving as expected, I decided to test the Windows Store app that’s described in my Installing and Testing the OakLeaf ToDo List Windows Azure Mobile Services Demo on a Surface RT Tablet of January 1, 2013.
Here’s Windows Blue start screen with the ToDo list demo emphasized:
Clicking the OakLeaf Systems ToDo List tile opens a splash screen:
After a few seconds, the sign-in screen opens:
Type a Windows Live ID and password, optionally mark the Keep Me Signed In check box and click Sign in to display a login confirmation dialog:
Click OK to open a text box and list of previous ToDo List items:
Type a ToDo item in the text box and click Save to add it to the list:
Click an item in the Query and Update Data list to mark it completed by removing it.
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