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Althoughthereisalotmoretoit,this book isn't designed to be a full intensive developer's guide to SharePoint. Learning SharePoint for Windows Phone 7 will
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Author: Todd Spatafore
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
Create enterprise-ready websites and applications that access Microsoft SharePoint on Windows Phone 7 with this book and eBook.
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The Windows Phone 7 platform provides a remarkable opportunity for Windows developers to create state-of-the-art mobile applications using their existing skills and a familiar toolset. For iOS and Android developers, this book provides the right level of content to help developers rapidly come up to speed on Windows Phone. Pro Windows Phone 7 Development will help you unlock the potential of this platform and create dazzling, visually rich, and highly functional applications for the Windows Phone Marketplace. For developers new to the Windows Phone 7 platform, whether .NET, iPhone, or Android developers, this book starts by introducing you to the features and specifications of the Windows Phone series, and then leads you through the complete application development process. You'll learn how to use Microsoft technologies like Silverlight, .NET, the XNA Framework, Visual Studio, and Expression Blend effectively, how to take advantage of the available sensors such as the location service, accelerometer, and touch, make your apps location-aware using GPS data, utilize the rich media capabilities of the Windows Phone series, and much more. Finally, you'll receive a full tutorial on how to publish and sell your application through the Windows Phone Marketplace.
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Author: Bill Hughes
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Learn to build great applications for the new Windows Phone 7 platform! Whether you're a budding developer or a professional programmer, this four-color reference covers all the details for developing applications specifically for the Windows Phone 7 platform. The straightforward-but-fun approach tackles not only building an application that is sellable and fulfills user demands, but also shows you how to navigate getting your apps into the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace. Guides both novice and professional developers through building amazing applications for the new Windows Phone 7 platform Covers working with graphics, designing games, selling apps, and more Provides a helpful introduction to Windows Phone 7 to set a foundation for the app development process Addresses architectural options for your Windows Phone 7application Takes a look at the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace and helps guide you through the submission process If you're ready to get started developing your own apps for the new Windows Phone 7 platform, then open up Windows Phone 7 Application Development For Dummies and see how it sparkles!
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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
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Author: Henry Lee
Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 handsets have injected a new vibrancy into the smartphone marketplace and provided bold new opportunities for the Microsoft development community. Now in its second edition, Beginning Windows Phone 7 Development has been written to help you identify those opportunities and to learn the skills you’ll need to harness them. It covers the very latest developments in the field, including the extended APIs offered in Microsoft’s automatic platform update, so you'll have timely, accurate information at your fingertips. Beginning Windows Phone 7 Development, Second Edition starts with the basics, walking you through the process of downloading and setting up the right development tools, including Visual Studio, Expression Blend, Silverlight SDK, and Windows Phone SDK. It then takes you step-by-step though the development process as you build and deploy a working application, complete with a sophisticated user interface. Finally, you'll receive step-by-step instructions on selling your applications through the Windows Phone Marketplace.
A mini-tutorial full of code examples and strategies to give you plenty of options when building your own applications for Windows Phone 8.This book is ideal if you are a developers who wants to get into mobile development.
Author: Tomasz Szostak
Publisher: Packt Pub Limited
A mini-tutorial full of code examples and strategies to give you plenty of options when building your own applications for Windows Phone 8.This book is ideal if you are a developers who wants to get into mobile development. Some C# background may be useful for a complete understanding.
Written by Microsoft MVP and leading WPF/Silverlight innovator Daniel Vaughan, this full-color guide covers everything developers need to rapidly build highly competitive Windows Phone 7.5 mobile apps.
Author: Daniel Vaughan
Publisher: Sams Publishing
Full Color: Figures and code appear as they do in Visual Studio Windows Phone 7.5 Unleashed is the first comprehensive, start-to-finish developer’s guide to Microsoft’s brand-new Windows Phone 7.5. Written by Microsoft MVP and leading WPF/Silverlight innovator Daniel Vaughan, this full-color guide covers everything developers need to rapidly build highly competitive Windows Phone 7.5 mobile apps. Vaughan teaches through complete sample apps that illuminate each key concept with fully explained code and real-world context. He presents real-world best practices for building highly functional and attractive Metro interfaces; integrating touch, rich media, and data; testing; profiling; and more. Throughout, he shares expert insights available in no other book, drawing on his exceptional access to the Windows Phone development team through the elite Microsoft Silverlight and WPF Insiders group. Along the way, he presents exceptionally practical and thorough coverage of many powerful new Windows Phone 7.5 platform enhancements--including full chapters on sensors, the camera, XNA graphics, local databases, scheduled actions, and background file transfers. Detailed information on how to... Get started fast with Silverlight Windows Phone development in Visual Studio Master the Capabilities Model, threading, and the Execution Model Create attractive Metro interfaces using Windows Phone’s rich set of controls, including the Silverlight for Windows Phone Toolkit Make the most of the application bar and other interface elements Enhance user experience with advanced support for touch, gesture, and sensors Build location-aware apps that use Bing Maps and location services Quickly internationalize apps for global markets Leverage Windows Phone 7.5’s improved camera support Connect apps to online services via SOAP, REST, and ODATA Validate user input on the client side or via Web services Use Windows Phone 7.5’s powerful new local database support Implement background actions, file transfers, and audio playback Incorporate game-style XNA graphics Unit test to find defects earlier, saving time and money
And in this second edition, learn quickly and easily how to take advantage of new API capabilities and HTML5 support right in your browser.
Author: Rob Cameron
The Windows Phone 7 platform, now recently updated, provides a remarkable opportunity for Windows developers to create state-of-the-art mobile applications using their existing skills and a familiar toolset. Pro Windows Phone 7 Development, Second Edition helps you unlock the potential of this platform and create dazzling, visually rich, and highly functional applications for the Windows Phone Marketplace—including using new features like copy-and-paste and API improvements in the NoDo and Mango update waves. For developers new to the Windows Phone platform—whether .NET, iPhone, or Android developers—this book starts by introducing the features and specifications of the Windows Phone series, and then leads you through the complete application development process. You'll learn how to use Microsoft technologies like Silverlight, .NET, the XNA Framework, Visual Studio, and Expression Blend effectively, how to take advantage of the device's sensors with the location service, accelerometer, and touch, how to make your apps location-aware using GPS data, how to utilize the rich media capabilities of the Windows Phone series, and much more. Finally, you'll receive a full tutorial on how to publish and sell your application through the Windows Phone Marketplace. And in this second edition, learn quickly and easily how to take advantage of new API capabilities and HTML5 support right in your browser. What you’ll learn The specifications and capabilities of the Windows Phone series and how to harness that power in your applications To understand its relationship to Silverlight, .NET, the XNA Framework, Visual Studio, and Expression Blend and how to use those tools most effectively to develop Windows Phone apps How to develop applications that take advantage of the available sensors, such as location service, accelerometer, and touch gestures How to develop rich media applications that harness the graphics capabilities of Windows Phone models The correct way to design and develop Windows Phone 7 applications utilizing the Model-View-ViewModel architecture The process of publishing your application to the Windows Phone Marketplace Who this book is for If you're a .NET developer, this book is primarily for you—you're eager to learn how to use your existing skills to develop for the new Windows Phone 7 platform. If you're an iOS or Android developer, this is an ideal guide for you to learn how to expand the market for your existing applications. This does assume some knowledge of C#, managed code in general, and a basic level of familiarity with Visual Studio. And if you're a proficient Windows Phone 7 developer, get up to speed quickly with the new API endpoints and HTML5 browser support in the Mango update. Software developers proficient in other languages will also find this book helpful to get up to speed with developing Silverlight- and .NET-based Windows Phone applications. Table of Contents Introduction to Windows Phone and Marketplace User Interface Development Handling Input on Windows Phone Windows Phone Data Persistence and Networking Programming Model Integrating with the Windows Phone Platform Windows Phone Advanced UI Development Advanced MVVM, Services, and App Connect XNA Framework for Games and Applications Advanced XNA Framework Development Building Top-Rated Applications for Windows Phone
Full Color INCLUDES COMPLETE CODE AND ASSETS FOR EACH APP IN THIS VOLUME!
Author: Adam Nathan
Publisher: Pearson Education
Full Color INCLUDES COMPLETE CODE AND ASSETS FOR EACH APP IN THIS VOLUME! Got a great idea for an app? There’s a chapter for that! Calling all developers: Windows Phone 7 is starting to gain traction, and the opportunity is yours to sell the next killer app! 101 Windows Phone 7 Apps is a book series like no other–best-selling author and Microsoft developer Adam Nathan walks you through the process of building 101 real, robust, diverse, and marketplace-certified Silverlight applications. You not only get online access to the full source code and related assets, but the book is chock full of tips, warnings, and advice that can only come from Adam’s experience of writing so many complete applications and selling them in the Windows Phone Marketplace. Imagine how long it would take you to develop and test 50 apps and how much you would learn from the experience. Rather than spending all that time starting from scratch, use this book to hit the ground running! Whether you simply make cosmetic changes to apps in this book (for example, creating kid-themed versions), repurpose apps (such as building a mortgage calculator based on Chapter 10’s tip calculator), or build something completely unique, this book can greatly accelerate your development time and help you create high-quality apps. Sell your apps in the Windows Phone Marketplace and make this book pay for itself! Volume I contains the first 50 apps and covers the following: Everything you need to know about Silverlight Fully exploiting phone features such as the application bar, hardware/software keyboards, multi-touch, accelerometer, microphone, and more Using rich controls such as pivots, panoramas, and controls in free toolkits, such as date/time pickers, toggle switches, charts, and graphs Building your own custom controls, including popular ones missing from the platform, such as a checkable list box, multi-select picker box, and color picker Broadly applicable pages, such as a photo-cropping page and accelerometer-calibration page How to make your app look and feel like a first-party app Practical tips on a wide range of topics, even acquiring and creating sound effects, using custom fonts, and creating icons
All you need to release your games to the world for fun or to sell. Who this book is for Windows Phone 7 Game Development is aimed at those with an existing background in programming and knowledge of the C# programming language.
Author: Adam Dawes
Windows Phone 7 is a powerful mobile computing platform with huge potential for gaming. With "instant on" capabilities, the promise of gaming on the move is a reality with these devices. The platform is an ideal environment for .NET developers looking to create fun, sophisticated games. Windows Phone 7 Game Development gives you everything you need to maximize your creativity and produce fantastic mobile games. With a gaming device always in your pocket, as a phone always is, this is too good an opportunity to miss! What you’ll learn How to get started with Windows Phone 7 development, from setting up the integrated development environment to debugging techniques. Develop using the free or full versions of Visual Studio 2010. Master high performance 2D and 3D graphics using the XNA development environment. Build 2D games using Silverlight and also learn how to publish them to the web. Find out the best ways to control your games, including using touch screens, keyboards and accelerometers. Produce high quality music and sound effects from your games. Masses of example code and working projects, including two example games, Cosmic Rocks and Diamond Lines. All you need to release your games to the world for fun or to sell. Who this book is for Windows Phone 7 Game Development is aimed at those with an existing background in programming and knowledge of the C# programming language. No prior knowledge of programming for Windows Phone 7, its primary presentation technologies (Silverlight and XNA), or programming games in general is needed. This book will guide the reader through the steps required to become proficient in all of these areas of development. Table of Contents Windows Phone and .NET Getting Started with XNA Creating a Game Framework User Input Sounding Out with Game Audio Drawing with Vertices and Matrices The World of 3D Graphics Further 3D Features and Techniques Enhancing Your Game The Application Life Cycle Getting Started with Silverlight Silverlight Controls and Pages Gaming with Silverlight Enhancing Your Silverlight Games Distributing Your Game Running on Other Platforms
This guide helps you navigate around the roadblocks, providing you with the steps to set up your development environment and the tools and patterns to build your mobile app.
Author: Jeff McWherter
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Create applications for all major smartphone platforms Creating applications for the myriad versions and varieties of mobile phone platforms on the market can be daunting to even the most seasoned developer. This authoritative guide is written in such as way that it takes your existing skills and experience and uses that background as a solid foundation for developing applications that cross over between platforms, thereby freeing you from having to learn a new platform from scratch each time. Concise explanations walk you through the tools and patterns for developing for all the mobile platforms while detailed steps walk you through setting up your development environment for each platform. Covers all the major options from native development to web application development Discusses major third party platform development acceleration tools, such as Appcelerator and PhoneGap Zeroes in on topics such as developing applications for Android, IOS, Windows Phone 7, and Blackberry Professional Mobile Cross Platform Development shows you how to best exploit the growth in mobile platforms, with a minimum of hassle.
Author: Timothy Binkley-JonesPublish On: 2014-01-26
The book also teaches you to build applications that use location and push notification. About this Book With 10 million (and climbing) active handsets, Windows Phone 8 has become a real alternative to Android and iOS.
Author: Timothy Binkley-Jones
Publisher: Manning Publications
Summary Windows Phone 8 in Action is a comprehensive guide to developing apps for the WP8 platform. It covers the Windows Phone Runtime and .NET APIs used to work with a phone's sensors and hardware, including the accelerometer, camera, gyroscope, GPS, and microphone. You will learn to write code to dial the phone, write emails, send text messages, and recognize speech. The book also teaches you to build applications that use location and push notification. About this Book With 10 million (and climbing) active handsets, Windows Phone 8 has become a real alternative to Android and iOS. WP users are hungry for great apps, so it's time for you to start creating them! Windows Phone 8 in Action teaches you how to design, build, and sell WP8 apps. In it, you'll learn to use the WP Runtime and .NET APIs to control key features like the accelerometer, camera, GPS, and microphone. This example-driven book also shows you how to write applications that use location and push notification, enhanced navigation services, and WP8's deep multimedia capabilities. You'll need a working knowledge of C#. No experience with Windows Phone or XAML is required. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. What's Inside Build your first phone app Master the Windows Phone 8 interface How to sell on the Windows Phone Store Use features like voice recognition and media About the Authors Tim Binkley-Jones has worked with XAML since the first releases of WPF and Silverlight. Adam Benoit is an independent developer with more than a dozen apps in the Windows Phone Store. Massimo Perga is an engineer at Microsoft. Michael Sync is a web and WP architect. Table of Contents PART 1 INTRODUCING WINDOWS PHONE A new phone, a new operating system Creating your first Windows Phone application PART 2 CORE WINDOWS PHONE Fast application switching and resume Scheduled actions Launching tasks and choosers Contacts and calendars Storing data Working with the camera Integrating with the Photos and Music + Videos Hubs Using sensors Network communication with push notifications Using the Speech API PART 3 XAML FOR WINDOWS PHONE ApplicationBar and context menus Panorama and pivot controls Building a media player Using Maps Building HTML applications Releasing and monetizing apps
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Need one book with the answers on Windows design? This book is written just for people involved in Windows application development - from programmers to nonprogrammers. To overcome the programming barrier, each chapter is divided into two sections. The first half of each chapter takes a nontechnical approach to application design. You learn the fundamental principles, as this indispensable reference presents diagrams, illustrations, example programs, and discussions for designing Windows applications. The latter half of each chapter provides details on implementing program code for a design. Techniques for creating flawless application design are revealed. By following the author's guidelines, you learn how to reduce the amount of analysis required to design an application. In addition to user interface features, this book discusses database access, file access, and application installation. The example programs are written in C and C++ using Microsoft and Borland compilers.
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Step-by-step instructions for all C++ features. This is a must-have for all C programmers using C/C++ 7. Bound-in disk features example programs that help readers learn Microsoft C/C++ 7. Extensive tutorials explain how to create DOS and Windows applications using C++, OOP, and the Microsoft Foundation Class (MFC) libraries. Includes a complete reference guide to MFC and the C library.
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The Official InstallShield for Windows® Installer Developer's Guide explores the Windows Installer Service (WIS) and the industry-leading InstallShield tool for putting this new Windows 2000 feature to work. Written by Bob Baker, an InstallShield insider, this title is a comprehensive, one-volume guide to WIS and the Microsoft policies governing its use. In addition, the book shows you how to build client installations using a simple editing tool or the full-blown InstallShield for Windows Installer commercial package. An accompanying CD includes a fully functional evaluation copy of InstallShield for Windows Installer version 1.52.