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  • Blog Post: How-To Build Arabic (Right to Left) Apps on Windows 8 RTM

    If you are developing an Arabic application for Windows 8, you can do it LTR, with Arabic content while keeping the LTR UI, or you can flip the entire UI of your app to have a full RTL experience. I wanted to share a tip on how you can create the RTL experience! Default LTR Application: RTL...
  • Blog Post: سلسلة ويندوز فون بالعربي

    Now you can learn how to build Windows Phone 7 applications by following the Arabic tutorials at: http://www.youtube.com/manasrahacademy :)
  • Blog Post: SharePoint for Students - Baby Steps

    Attention student developers or SharePoint beginners - if you are interested in getting started developing on SharePoint but don't know where to start, this blog is for you! Check out SP4Students and start developing today. Next month they will even be providing you with SharePoint Baby Steps Series...
  • Blog Post: Resources for Arabic Developers

    There is some great content in Arabic for developers. What’s great about this initiative is that it was developed by Arabs for Arabs Students from around this region have put in a lot of work towards “Arabizing” the content. Arabic MSDN Library for Visual...
  • Blog Post: Arabic Library for Windows Phone 7

    I recently received an email about an Arabic library for WP7 . If you’re interested in developing WP7 Apps with some Arabic controls, you should check this out This project provides controls for developing Arabic applications easily for Windows Phone 7. It provides custom right-to-left controls...
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