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Category Archives: Mango
A Windows Phone Tutorial The Windows Phone 7.1 SDK (formerly known as Mango) includes a new extended emulator that allows you to see the effect of moving the phone when using the accelerometer. We’ll draw a dot in the center … Continue reading
The latest in the “Mango Videos” series is posted.
Talking with Lino Tadros, CEO of Falafel Software, about programming for the .NET stack. Falafel Software Yet Another Podcast listeners are invited to buy the Falafel e-book Windows Phone 7.5 Nuts & Bolts for 50% off. Just use the coupon … Continue reading
Windows Phone Tutorial In a previous posting I discussed how to play a sound using a background process. That is great when you need the sound to continue playing even if you leave your application. But much of the time … Continue reading
The Full Stack project resumes with a bang as Jon Galloway and I talk with John Papa about MVVM design.
I’ve recently uploaded a number of new Videos in the Windows Phone 7.5 video series. The two most recent (uploaded today) are on persisting an image and navigation within an MVVM application.
Windows Phone Mini-Tutorial In the third part of the MVVM Light Toolkit Soup To Nuts (part 1 is here) I started with an application that had two pages, and a button on the first that was to cause a navigation … Continue reading
Windows Phone Tutorial A little vibration added to your application can be just the haptic feedback needed. It turns out that vibration is absurdly easy to add; so much so that discussions of adding vibration typically come with the caveat … Continue reading
Windows Phone Tutorial When you are binding data there are additional properties that allow you to format the display and to handle errors and null values. The StringFormat property allows you to add any standard .NET format string that matches … Continue reading
In a recent post, I discussed the DecryptR application I have been toying with. While the fundamentals are working, there is much to do. Today I’ll make a few minor improvements. First, let’s set the font in the list box … Continue reading
Periodically, I like to build a “glass house” application – that is one which I document as I go, hiding nothing and showing all the thinking that goes into the application as well as the raw, not ready-for-production code … Continue reading
Windows Phone Tutorial The Silverlight For Windows Phone Toolkit is a magnificent collection of controls and utilities for writing Windows Phone applications. Unfortunately, there is little or no documentation, and the samples, while wonderful, are quite complex. At times, it … Continue reading