Contains helpers for fundamental .NET types.
Provides an app with access to core system functionality and run-time information about its app package, and handles suspend operations.
Controls multiple aspects of how an application on the phone behaves, including lock-screen interaction, the phone call history, and various telephony options and information.
Provides messaging functionality.
Contains classes that are used to exchange data between a source app and a target app. These classes are used in share and clipboard operations.
Supports creating and interacting with email messages, recipients, and attachments.
Provides simplified access to application resources, such as strings, that are defined using basic naming conventions for runtime apps.
Contains helpers for the Windows.ApplicationModel.Store namespace
Provides utility classes for working with HTML.
The InTheHand.Devices.Bluetooth namespace defines a set of classes that allows apps to interact with Bluetooth devices.
The InTheHand.Devices.Bluetooth.GenericAttributeProfile namespace defines classes that an app can use to communicate with Bluetooth LE devices
Provides classes for enumerating devices. Currently Bluetooth devices only.
Provides APIs for getting the current location or tracking the device's location over time. Location information may come from estimating a position from beacons like Wi-Fi access points and cell towers, from the device's IP address, or it may come from other sources such as a GNSS or GPS device.
A geofence is a virtual area around a geographical point. The geofencing APIs enable applications to provide geographically contextual experiences in a timely manner without the need for the app to be continuously running and consuming device resources. Geofencing enables scenarios like popping up a reminder for a user when they are leaving work or home or displaying coupons when the user gets within range of a store.
The members of this namespace allow your app to find and control radio adapters, like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, on the device where your app runs, and to query those radios for certain attributes.
Provides access to the supported types of sensors and related motion data.
Provides additional functionality for Xamarin Forms.
Enables fundamental Windows Runtime functionality, including managing asynchronous operations and accessing property stores. This namespace also defines common value types that represent Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs), dates and times, 2-D measurements, and other basic values.
Defines standard, specialized, and generic collection objects. This includes the IIterable, IVector; and IMap generic interfaces, which are used as the pattern for basic collection support throughout the Windows Runtime API.
Defines the attributes that indicate fundamental properties of Windows Runtime types and members.
Provides globalization support for language profiles.
Contains components to determine aspects of a physical display.
Provides classes for the capture of photos, audio recordings, and videos.
Retrieves connection profiles that provide connectivity, usage, and data plan information for established network connections. This data can be used by a connected application to take appropriate action when operating in challenging network scenarios or abiding by data plan limits set by a network provider.
Provides a class that you can use to notify the user by vibrating the phone.
Provides information related to system functionality.
Enables apps to integrate with online web services without exposing a user's credentials. The web authentication broker provides a set of APIs and infrastructure for apps to use Internet authentication and authorization protocols like OAuth and OpenID.
Enables an app for mail to evaluate and apply the Exchange Active Synchronization (EAS) policies.
Provides classes for managing files, folders, and application settings.
Provides access to the properties of a file.
Provides classes for creating and managing user interface (UI) elements that let the user browse files, choose files to open, and to choose the name, extension, and location when storing files.
Provides support for reading to and writing from sequential and random access streams.
Enables system functionality such as launching apps, obtaining information about a user, and memory profiling.
Enables an application to request that a device's display remain on even if there is no user activity for an extended period of time.
Provides power and energy usage APIs.
Enables apps to get information about the system.
Provides classes that allow developers to define the app settings that appear in the settings pane of the Windows shell. The settings pane provides a consistent place for users to access app settings.
Contains classes that encapsulate toast and badge notifications.
Provides support for context menus and message dialogs.
Provides support for handling and managing the various views associated with the active app.
Provides general framework APIs and application model APIs, and a variety of support classes that are commonly used by many different feature areas.
The System namespace contains fundamental classes and base classes that define commonly-used value and reference data types, events and event handlers, interfaces, attributes, and processing exceptions.
Contains interfaces and classes that define generic collections, which allow users to create strongly typed collections that provide better type safety and performance than non-generic strongly typed collections.
The System.IO namespace contains types that allow reading and writing to files and data streams, and types that provide basic file and directory support.