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Starting Windows Phone Development: Lesson 4 of n – Communicating with Services and Databinding
Before we move on, you need to have a basic understanding of event handling and navigation. I went through this in Lesson 1 and Lesson 3 . Please finish it first before moving on. You can always find the lesson source code attached at the end of the blog post. As promised, by the end of this lesson you...
21 Feb 2013
Starting Windows Phone Development: Lesson 3 of n – Navigation between Pages and passing Parameters
Before we move on, you need to have a basic understanding of event handling. I went through this in Lesson 1 . Please finish it first before moving on. You can always find the lesson source code attached at the end of the blog post. As we explained earlier in Lesson 1 , Windows Phone applications...
16 Jan 2013
Starting Windows Phone Development: Lesson 2 of n - Access to Application Isolated Local Storage
I hope you will find this lesson more interesting as most developers think about phone storage available on devices for their applications and how they can utilize it. Each application will have its own isolated local storage. It is independent from the other applications and OS files and can be only...
14 Jan 2013
Starting Windows Phone Development: Lesson 1 of n – Application Layout and Events Handling
It often surprises me how much of content is available to develop for Windows Phone, if you are looking for baby steps this series of lessons is defiantly not for you. However, if you are developer, regardless of background or platform and looking quickly to get your hands dirty, then you are at the...
5 Jan 2013
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