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  • Blog Post: Getting started with Xamarin: A Sample Portable Class Library Weather Client

    Xamarin is powerful and it is getting popular day by day. The purpose of this post is educational and it intends to provide newbies a quick overview on building a Portable Class Library Project in C# that exposes a single method to request a RESTFULL client, retrieve JSON output, desacralize resultant...
  • Blog Post: PYF 2014 – Prizes for Windows Store App Development Hackathon

    For more details about the hackathon please visit, http://aka.ms/Cnieeh
  • Blog Post: NOKIA #DVLUP is now AVAILABLE in PAKISTAN!

    I'm excited to announce that Nokia #DVLUP is now available in Pakistan. By joining DVLUP, you’ll get exclusive access to App Challenges, news, events, partner opportunities and more. Earn points to redeem for Rewards, including promotional placements for your Apps. And if exclusive access and...
  • Blog Post: Featured App of the Day: Picsy for Windows Phone

    Our today's pick for featured app of the day is Picsy for Windows Phone 8. Picsy adds amazing photo capturing capabilities to your Windows Phone and supports tons of features like, Burst mode (3 frames,3D anaglyphic, single shot, dual perspective shot, HDR Photo, image effects, self-timer, and a lot...
  • Blog Post: Getting started with Web Requests & JSON in Windows Phone

    This is a beginner level post to get you started with JSON, familiarize you with basic communication with web server and Facebook Graph API. Consider a scenario where you want to grab details of a particular Facebook page or a person’s profile in Windows Phone app. A standard practice is to use...
  • Blog Post: A word about Windows Phone Developer Feedback and Feature Suggestion

    "Hello there, I think Windows Phone is a cool OS around and I believe if you add support for following features in coming version it would be great!" I often come across such and similar suggestions and questions from local Windows Phone consumer and even developer community. It appears as if lots of...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to Office Developer Tools for Visual Studio 2012 (Video)

    With Office and SharePoint 2013, you can now build a new class of apps that extend and personalize the way we create and consume information. Develop apps as web applications. You can use HTML and JavaScript for client-side code, and your choice of language for server-side code, such as VB.NET, C#...
  • Blog Post: Connect your Windows 8 applications to the Cloud

    The Windows Azure Mobile Services (WAMS) is a new offering of Microsoft Azure cloud platform that simplifies the implementation of software architectures that addresses the type of environment and challenges that includes; Multiple devices and Operating system’s to support. Applications...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 8 : Identify Battery Status

    A very simple and much required API addition in Windows Phone 8 which allows you to retrieve Battery related information. Here’s what this API expose, - Identify remaining battery percentage - Discharge time - An event that triggers when battery percentage drops by 1% Battery class...
  • Blog Post: Resources for iOS Developers

    Are you an iOS developer planning to port app on Windows 8 or Windows Phone and interested in shifting on this new and booming market? Here's a good news. iOS Resources page ( www.interop.windows.com ) is now live on Dev center. This is a great starting place for iOS developers to begin their Windows...
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