On May 29 I am going to deliver one event to partner on Windows Phone. The title of the event is Integrating WP7 Applications into the Cloud: Windows Azure.
Date and Time: May 29, 2012 at 10 Pacific Target Audience: Developer Delivery Mode: Online
We will discuss various topics around integrating Windows Phone application with Windows Azure and cloud. We will explore the possibilities of exploring the opportunities like consuming 3rd party data to our phone. We will also create custom OData to Windows Azure and consume to our application and heavily use SQL Azure and Windows Azure Table during the demo.
Developer!!! Developer!!!Developer!!! Windows Phone!!! Windows Phone!!! Windows Phone!!! Demo!!! Demo!!! Demo!!!
Please register https://training.partner.microsoft.com/learning/app/management/LMS_ActDetails.aspx?UserMode=0&ActivityId=800909
See you on May 29 at 10 Pacific time.
Use your desktop’s keyboard to type in textboxes while checking apps in Emulator for Windows Phone. This is very handy when you do not have touch feature enabled and need to type a lot.
Ctrl + PAGE UP
Now my Emulator is Nokia Lumia 800 Blue
Download it from http://wp7emuskinswitcher.codeplex.com/
Amazing ride and pleased to be able to post this 500th post here. I started back in 2006 at MSDN.It took unusually long though but got it. Thank you all my readers who has been inspiring me so far.
Stat counter from 2007 for http://blogs.msdn.com/b/wriju/
Some of my post become so popular
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Visual Studio 11 Solution Explorer item selection opens the file in editor. Once you select another file it will close the previous one and open the new one on the editor. You do not have to keep double clicking the file to open on editor if you are actually not editing a file.
In Visual Studio 11 you have an option to view things like SQL Server Management Studio (unlike Server Explorer)
This opens window like,
Visual Studio 11 now updates through Extension Manager. Clean approach indeed
The EF 5 sample is available for download from http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/Entity-Framework-Sample-6a9801d0#content
This contains source to help you understand the extensibility feature of with source code.
I have been missing the great UI of Visual Studio 2010 in Visual Studio 11. Finally some of the feedbacks are being incorporated and RC UI is changing heavily.
Some of the clips (from Visual Studio Blog)
And few of the icons has color