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Category Archives: iPhoneToWP7
[ Link to First Tutorial ] The iPhone and Windows Phone 7 share the same dilemma: how do we maintain an extremely responsive experience for the user, provide some sort of multi-tasking and preserve battery life, all at the same … Continue reading
Some of you have expressed interested in either or both of the current tutorial series An iPhone Developer’s Guide To Windows Phone 7 Programming Windows Phone 7 Programming For Silverlight Developers To make it easier to follow these, and to … Continue reading
[ Link to First Tutorial ] While there is much you can “pick up as you go” if you are an Objective-C programmer, understanding some of the fundamental differences in C# can save you a great deal of time and … Continue reading
Today is a great release day. We’ve launched everything you need to write Windows Phone 7 applications. Not only that, but we’ve also released XNA 4.0 not only for phone, but for all supported XNA platforms.
[Please note that comments and discussion for published tutorials are at http://i2w.CodePlex.com ] In the previous tutorial we looked at binding data to fields on a Windows Phone 7 page. In this tutorial we take the next step and create … Continue reading
I’m very pleased to say that I’ve moved the source code for the iPhone Developer’s Guide to Windows Phone 7 Programming tutorial series to CodePlex under the MS-Pl license.
Go to First Tutorial In this tutorial, we’ll expand upon the work done in the previous tutorial and we’ll look more closely at a few key issues. MVVM As an iPhone Developer your thinking is adapted to and influenced by … Continue reading
Go to first Tutorial In this tutorial we will build a meaningful, and nontrivial Windows phone 7 application. This will give us the opportunity to explore layout controls, interactive controls, Visual Studio and a good bit more. [Updated 8/30/2010]