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  • Blog Post: Localization Resources of Windows Phone

    XNA is a tool set with a managed runtime environment provided by Microsoft that enables video game development and management. XNA attempts to bring different aspects of game production into a single system. XNA currently encompasses Microsoft's entire Game Development Sections, including the standard...
  • Blog Post: More International Support in Mango

    Just in case you missed it, Mango, the next version of Windows Phone will be even more internationally enabled. Support for East Asian languages At Mix 11, support for East Asian languages was announced. This has come about by a modified implementation of the Metro design layout. To accommodate...
  • Blog Post: What is the First Day of the Week, Really?

    If you are interested in a history lesson, try this lengthy explanation. Actually, it is quite fascinating. If you are trying to make sure you app works worldwide, take a look below. Can you imagine if software like Microsoft Exchange did not take this into consideration? I think it would be pretty...
  • Blog Post: Start Building an International Application for Windwos Phone 7 (Part 2)

    In the Part I post, we already described how to create the application and in the Part II, we will continue to cover the rest of the 2 sections, Build and run the application and Try culture fallback mechanism so you will see the application loads different string resources defined for English and Italian...
  • Blog Post: Start Building an International Application for Windows Phone 7 (Part 1)

    Most of you may have experience developing applications which can support different UI languages for different language speakers. For this topic, I am going to demonstrate how to create a simple international application for Windows Phone 7 by separating localizable resources from code to create language...
  • Blog Post: Globalization Basics for Windows Phone 7

    If you had a chance to look at our previous post, then you already know a little about Globalization. In this post, I am going to show you a hands-on approach of what this really means. By now you know that Globalization is not about the language of your application, but about the way the application...
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