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  • Blog Post: SIMD/ARM-NEON support in Windows Phone Mango

    This is an announcement only post, do subscribe to this blog feed or on to http://twitter.com/abhinaba as I’d be making more detailed posts on these topics as we get close to handing over these bits to our developer customers. ARM processors support SIMD (Single Instructions Multiple Data) instructions...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7, my story

    Now that Windows Phone 7 is released all the gadget/tech blogs like TechCrunch, Engadget , Gixmodo are humming with reviews. Given that it’s a Version 1 product (ignore that 7 in the phone name) the reviews are great. Seeing all the buzz around gets me thinking about how I got involved in the project...
  • Blog Post: We Believe in Sharing

    In Building NETCF for Windows Phone 7 series we put in couple of features to enhance startup performance and ensure that the working set remains small. One of these features added is code/data sharing. Native applications have inherent sharing where multiple processes can share the same executable code...
  • Blog Post: What’s this .NET Compact Framework thingy?

    If you are following the latest Windows Phone stories than you have surely heard about the .NET Compact Framework (NETCF) which is the core managed runtime used by the Windows Phone 7 programming model . This is an implementation of the .NET specification that works on devices and a disparate combination...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight on Nokia S60 platform

    Today at MIX 2010 we announced Silverlight beta for Nokia S60 phones. Go download the beta from http://silverlight.net/getstarted/devices/symbian/ .  Currently the supported platform is S60 5th Edition phones and in particular the 5800 XpressMusic , N97 and N97 mini . It works in-browser and only...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7 Series Programming Model

    Just sometime back I posted on the MIX 2010 announcements . One of the major aspects of the announcement was “The application model supported on Windows Phone 7 series will be managed only and will leverage Silverlight , XNA and the .NET Framework” That’s a mouthful and includes 3 framework names...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight: Where are my colors

      The Silverlight System.Windows.Media.Colors class is a trimmer counterpart of the WPF Colors class. E.g. Colors.AliceBlue is available in WPF but not present in Silverlight. However, these standard colors are indeed available in Silverlight XAML. In effect in Silverlight XAML you can use <Border...
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