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  • Blog Post: jQuery Mobile Open Source Framework Support for Windows Phone

    Hello web and mobile developers! As you probably noticed, jQuery Mobile version 1.0 was announced this week . We are pleased to use this exciting occasion to reinforce our commitment to supporting popular open source mobile frameworks. Of the most recent activities, I want to highlight the work...
  • Blog Post: More guidance and tool for porting iPhone & Android apps to Windows Phone

    [Cross-posted on the Windows Phone Developer Blog ] Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” is just out of the door, smoothly going to users’ phone s. So, if you or your friends haven’t started to look at Windows Phone, this is great timing. Today I’m excited to announce new guidance...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone Interoperability site

    The announcement of the Windows Phone Developer Tools Update is the opportunity for us to say a few words about the Windows Phone Interoperability site . We opened the site last December with the focus on helping developers who have been creating phone applications on various platforms ramp up quickly...
  • Blog Post: OData interoperability with .NET, Java, PHP, iPhone and more

    Wouldn’t that be cool to have more ways to unlock your data and free it from applications silos? Today at MIX10, we presented about how Open Data Protocol (OData) can contribute to a more programmable web through demos consuming a Netflix OData feed in various scenarios. We also announced a series of...
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