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"And she'd say, 'Can you see ... what I'm saying?'" [How to: Localize a Windows Phone 7 application that uses the Windows Phone Toolkit into different languages]
While it might be convenient if everybody spoke the same language (or communicated via telepathy), that's not the world we live in. :) Therefore, building applications that can be easily translated to other languages is an important consideration. Fortunately, it's easy - and it's covered in the MSDN...
20 Dec 2010
Better together [DynamicOrientationChanges and TransitionFrame create a comprehensive transition experience for Windows Phone 7]
I've previously blogged about my implementation of AnimateOrientationChangesFrame, FadeOrientationChangesFrame, and HybridOrientationChangesFrame . As part of my DynamicOrientationChanges sample, these classes smoothly animate an application's layout transition as the phone orientation changes from portrait...
29 Nov 2010
You've got questions; I've got dumb looks [PDC10's Channel 9 Live Windows Phone 7 Q&A session available online and offline]
A few weeks ago, Microsoft held its annual Professional Developer's Conference (PDC10) and I had the privilege of being a (small!) part of it. This year's content spanned a variety of topics, including Windows Azure , HTML 5 , Windows Phone 7 , and more ! The Channel 9 folks were there in force with...
22 Nov 2010
ListPicker? I hardly even know 'er! [A detailed overview of the Windows Phone Toolkit's ListPicker control]
In yesterday's post, I announced the second release of the Silverlight for Windows Phone Toolkit and gave an overview of the four new controls it includes. (For a discussion of the controls in the original Windows Phone Toolkit, please see my announcement for that release .) In today's post, I want to...
3 Nov 2010
Mo controls, mo controls, mo controls... [Announcing the second release of the Silverlight for Windows Phone Toolkit!]
I'm happy to report that we've just published the Silverlight for Windows Phone Toolkit November 2010 release ! This is the second iteration of the Windows Phone Toolkit and effectively doubles the number of controls we've created to help developers and designers build more compelling, more platform...
2 Nov 2010
There are lots of ways to ask for a date [Creating custom DatePicker/TimePicker experiences is easy with the Windows Phone Toolkit]
In my previous post announcing the release of the Windows Phone Toolkit , I explained the motivation for the PhoneApplicationPage -based design of the DatePicker and TimePicker controls. Though justified, the current implementation is fairly unusual and has the potential to trip people up if they're...
21 Sep 2010
See how we make the sausage [Episode 5 of the Inside Windows Phone show highlights the Windows Phone Toolkit!]
If you happen to have 11 minutes, 2 seconds lying around and don't know what to do with yourself, you might consider watching or listening to episode 5 of the Inside Windows Phone show on Channel 9 . Of course, I'm a bit biased - this episode features Dave Relyea and I talking about the new controls...
20 Sep 2010
Pining for Windows Phone 7 controls? We got ya covered! [Announcing the first release of the Silverlight for Windows Phone Toolkit!]
Today marks the official release of the Windows Phone Developer Tools . This free download enables anyone to create .NET applications for the Windows Phone 7 platform using the Silverlight framework (for traditional applications) or the XNA framework (for games). The Windows Phone 7 application development...
16 Sep 2010
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