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  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Apr 07, 2014 (4 weeks ago)
    Read original post at Nick Randolph's .NET TravelsBy far the most common way to build Windows Phone applications is to use XAML and C# (or VB). In this case the XAML is a variant on Silverlight, which made it very easy for developers building Silverlight applications to switch across to building Windows Phone applications. 4 years on and the number of Silverlight developers has dropped (well at le ...
  • Using Visual States in Your Windows Phone User Controls

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Apr 02, 2014 (1 month ago)
    Read original post by Nick Randolph at Visual Studio MagazineOne of the most important aspects of building applications for any platform is to provide an intuitive, responsive interface. This of course raises a challenge when the user invokes a task that might take some time to complete; for example, refreshing a feed of data might take a couple of seconds for the data to be fetched. Legacy deskto ...
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  • author  Nick Randolph,Christopher Fairbairn  /  released on  Nov 09, 2010
    Tags:   windows-phone-7 , nick-randolph , christopher-fairbairn
    Professional Windows Phone 7 Application Development Product Description A one-of-a-kind book on Windows Phone 7 development While numerous books cover both Silverlight and XNA, there lacks a resource that covers the specifics of Windows Phone 7 development. This book fills that void and shares the specifics of building phone applications and games. You’ll learn how to get started with designing, building, testing, and deploying mobile applications ...
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