I wrote the BarStack Windows App way back in 2014 when Windows 8 was brand new. Windows 8.1 hadn't been released yet, and "Metro" style apps had just been rebranded as "Windows Store" apps. Developing Windows Store apps was major pain. The development tools didn't work very well, and the GUI building blocks were far from refined.
In my current role as a design verification engineer, I’m learning Verilog-AMS. I decided to make some notes as I go as a reference for myself. There may be errors in this document; I’m not a Verilog expert. This is just what I’ve gleaned from various online sources.