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  • Blog Post: Comment créer une application de A à Z sans savoir programmer – Windows Phone App Studio

    Windows Phone App Studio permet de créer des applications élégantes en se servant uniquement d’un navigateur Web. Dans cet article, nous verrons en détail comment développer une application en utilisant l’un des modèles de template (gabarit) proposés...
  • Blog Post: Step by Step Apps for non coders – Windows Phone App Studio

    Windows Phone App Studio allows you to build elegant apps with nothing more than a web browser. In this post we take a detailed look at how to build an app using one of the provided templates Many people want to try building an app but don’t have the coding skills or don’t have the time...
  • Blog Post: Lister toutes vos applications Windows Phone dans chacune d’entre elles

    Développeur Windows Phone Christian Hissibini (Histech Solutions) partage comment il a fait la promotion de ses applications à partir de chacune d’entre elles. Cet post est aussi disponible en anglais /This post is also available in English Note de Susan: Au Canada, dans le cadre du Mouvement des développeurs...
  • Blog Post: How to Cross promote your Windows Phone apps

    Why not list all your Windows Phone applications inside each other, so if someone likes one of your apps they can discover other apps you published? Windows Phone developer Christian Hissibini (Histech Solutions) shares how he found a way to cross promote his applications, so that his fans could find...
  • Blog Post: Localizing your Windows Phone app – why and how?

    Windows Phone developer Christian Hissibini (Histech Solutions) shares how he created apps that target multiple languages and countries. His apps have been successful in both the French France and Canadian English and French stores. Note from Susan: I hope Christian’s story helps you build better...
  • Blog Post: Watching Sochi Olympics with Windows Phone, Windows 8!

    Looking for a Windows Phone and Windows 8 app to watch the Olympics or track results? Here are some great apps. Olympic apps for Windows 8 and Windows Phone Download some great apps available to track the Olympics on your Windows Phone and Windows 8 device CBC Sochi 2014 available for Windows...
  • Blog Post: My first experience developing for Windows Phone

    Windows Phone developer Christian Hissibini (Histech Solutions) shares the story of his first encounter with Windows Phone and share the lessons he learned along the way. This post is also available in French /Cette poste est aussi disponible en francais . Curious by nature, passionate, and too often...
  • Blog Post: MA PREMIERE EXPÉRIENCE DE DÉVELOPPEMENT WINDOWS PHONE

    Développeur Windows Phone Christian Hissibini (Histech Solutions) partage son premier rencontre avec la platforme Windows Phone. Son histoire raconte des trucs et lecons pour tout développeur interessé au platforme Windows Phone. Cet post est aussi disponible en anglais /This...
  • Blog Post: Tower Game Starter Kit gives you a head start on your game!

    Woot Studio has released an HTML Cross platform Tower Game Starter Kit! One of the challenges of building games is the time it takes to build art assets, game logic and multiple levels. That’s why starter kits and re-usable art assets are so helpful. Christer Kaitila (aka MCFunkyPants) has developed...
  • Blog Post: Learn how to use Unity for Windows 8 and Phone

    Attend the Microsoft Virtual Academy session, or check out the Dojo session to learn how you can take your existing Unity game and bring it to Windows Phone or Windows 8. Whether you are using Unity Pro or Unity Free, the add-ons for Windows Phone 8 and Windows Store are available free of charge. So...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone Tips and Tricks – How to Implement Gestures: Movember Me

    This article shows you how to capture touch gestures in a Windows Phone application. This guest post comes from Christian Hissibini (@histechup) a student in Montreal who used touch gestures in his Windows Phone application Movember Me. Take it away Christian! This blog post is translated with Christian...
  • Blog Post: A Windows Phone app for the Nokia Lumia 1020 brings a Waterloo Student and MSP first place in Denmark!

    Rudi Chen, a Microsoft Student Partner and student at Waterloo University, recently won the Nokia Future Capture Contest beating out developers from all over the world. We asked Rudi to tell us a bit about his experience. August 2013: Ten finalist teams are chosen from thousands of entries from...
  • Blog Post: A bulletproof phone? Windows Phone 8 protects your data!

    Windows Phone 8 is now FIPS 140-2 certified. FIPS 140-2 is a government security standard used to accredit cryptographic algorithms that protect sensitive data inside products like smartphones. What does this mean? Basically it means that government agencies in the US and Canada trust the Windows 8 Phone...
  • Blog Post: Free Space Art Assets to help you build your game

    Want to build a game but don’t have the time (or for some of us, the talent) to create the art assets? Check out the free Space art asset pack! Always wanted to build a game but thought it was too hard? Having beautiful art assets gives your game a much more polished look and feel and makes the game...
  • Blog Post: Build an app for that awesome Windows Phone Camera

    The Nokia line of Windows Phones has really taken cameras in phones to the next level. Build a Lens app to inspire all those budding camera phone photographers! Why not explore building apps for those all those camera phone users with a feature on Windows Phone called Lenses (full documentation...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone Tips and Gotchas: Grumpy Tree

    This series features interviews with student Windows Phone app developers who share what they learned building their phone apps. This week’s interview features Harold Mintah, a student at Carleton University. Harold is a member of Team GreenSource who built a game called Grumpy Tree. Could you briefly...
  • Blog Post: Free Fantasy Art Assets to help you build your games

    Want to build a game but don’t have the time (or for some of us, the talent) to create the art assets? Check out the Free Fantasy art asset pack! Always wanted to build a game but thought it was too hard? Having beautiful art assets gives your game a much more polished look and feel and makes the game...
  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup Canada 2013 – We have a winner!

    The Imagine Cup is about giving students with great ideas a chance to shine! Meet the winner of the 2013 Canadian Imagine Cup who will represent us at world finals in St Petersburg Russia! The Imagine Cup challenges students to use technology to do amazing things! This year there were three categories...
  • Blog Post: Join the Developer Movement Twitter Grand Finale Party #DevMov

    Join us for the #DevMov Twitter party – an hour of tweeting, Q&A, prize giveaways, and more. Lots of students have already received rewards for their apps from Developer Movement . The Developer Movement program winds down at the end of June, but it’s not over yet! To celebrate the Grand Finale and...
  • Blog Post: Double Points for Developer Movement until May 10th!

    Developer Movement is offering Double points for every Windows 8 app you publish until May 10th and you could win a $500 gift card! The Developer Movement program which gives Canadian developers points for publishing cool apps to the store has a new challenge! Until May 10th, for every Windows 8 app...
  • Blog Post: The best discussion forums for Windows 8 and Windows Phone developers

    Started coding or publishing and got stuck? Which discussion forum should you turn to? Forums are a great resource when you get stuck. Here are some good ones for Windows 8 and Windows Phone developers. If you’ve found any great ones I should add, please share! Don't forget apps published by...
  • Blog Post: Meet the Canadian Imagine Cup 2013 Finalists!

    Meet the teams who will compete at the Canadian Imagine Cup Finals April 13th, 2013. The winning team at the Canadian finals will represent Canada at the world finals in St Petersburg, Russia! Last week judges played games, explored Kinect projects, and evaluated a variety of entries in Canada’s...
  • Blog Post: Check out the HTC 8X, a great Windows 8 Phone from our Imagine Cup Sponsor

    HTC is sponsoring the Canadian Imagine Cup and is providing some beautiful phones for the winners. Check out the specs on the HTC 8X! HTC is sponsoring the 2013 Canadian Imagine Cup and will provide sleek new Windows 8 Phones to the Canadian winners in Innovation, World Citizenship, and Games. Their...
  • Blog Post: Two more months to get great rewards for your apps!

    Canada’s Developer Movement promotion that allows you to earn rewards for your apps has been extended to June 15, 2013. So you started an app and haven’t had time to finish it. Right now you are in the middle of exams, so I know you are swamped . Great news! Canada’s Developer Movement campaign has been...
  • Blog Post: Win a Nokia Lumia 920 just by voting for the Next App Star

    Support your fellow Windows Phone developers and you could win a Nokia Lumia 920 in the process! Although the deadline has passed to enter your own apps in the Windows Phone Next App Star competition, you can still support the developers (including several Canadian developers!) in the final rounds and...
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