Windows Phone 7 recipes : a problem-solution approach /

Developers are racing to discover how to develop for Windows Phone 7--and there is no quicker resource to help you get up to speed than Windows Phone 7 Recipes. This book covers all aspects of development, configuration, testing, and distribution, with detailed code samples and rapid walkthroughs to...

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Main Author: Ferracchiati, Fabio Claudio.
Other Authors: Garofalo, Emanuele, 1983-
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: [New York] : Apress : Distributed to the Book trade worldwide by Springer Science+Business Media, ©2011.
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520 |a Developers are racing to discover how to develop for Windows Phone 7--and there is no quicker resource to help you get up to speed than Windows Phone 7 Recipes. This book covers all aspects of development, configuration, testing, and distribution, with detailed code samples and rapid walkthroughs to support you every step of the way. You'll find recipes that unlock advanced user interface development, data storage and retrieval, integration with cloud services, adding media and location-based services, and working with Silverlight and Expression Blend. Learn to use sensors such as the camera, GPS, and accelerometer to build cutting-edge applications. Manage the new way to interact with applications using the gestures library both from the XNA Framework library and the Silverlight Windows Phone Toolkit library. 
505 0 |a Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents at a Glance; Table of Contents; About the Authors; About the Technical Reviewer; Acknowledgments; About This Book; Chapter 1 Introduction to Windows Phone 7 Application Development; 1-1. Examining Windows Phone 7; 1-2. Understanding the Development Tools; 1-3. Creating a Simple Silverlight Windows Phone 7 Application; 1-4. Creating a Simple Xna Windows Phone 7 Application; 1-5. Deploying the Application to the Windows Phone 7 Emulator; 1-6. Deploying the Windows Phone 7 Application on the Device. 
505 8 |a 1-7. Sending a Windows Phone 7 Application to the Marketplace1-8. Creating a Trial Windows Phone 7 Application; Chapter 2 Windows Phone 7 Execution Model; 2-1. Navigating Between Pages; 2-2. Passing Data Through Pages; 2-3. Navigating Between Pages by Using Global Application Variables; 2-4. Navigating Between Pages with State; 2-5. Managing Tombstoning in Windows Phone 7 Silverlight Applications; 2-6. Managing Tombstoning in Windows Phone 7 Xna Applications; 2-7. Managing Obscured and Unobscured Events; Chapter 3 User Interface; 3-1. Creating an Animated Splash Screen. 
505 8 |a 3-2. Using the ApplicationBar Control3-3. Detecting Changes in the Theme Template; 3-4. Customizing the Soft Input Panel Keyboard to Accept Only Numbers; 3-5. Using the Windows Phone 7 Predefined Styles; 3-6. Localizing Your Application; 3-7. Using Panorama and Pivot Controls; 3-8. Spicing Up the User Interface with the Silverlight Toolkit; 3-9. Using Launchers and Choosers; Chapter 4 User Interface With Expression Blend; 4-1. Getting Ready for Light and Dark; 4-2. Changing the Skin of Your App; 4-3. Creating Some Cool Animation; 4-4. Customizing a Control; Chapter 5 Gestures. 
505 8 |a 5-1. Managing Gestures in a Silverlight Windows Phone 7 Application5-2. Adding Gestures Management to Click-less Silverlight Controls; 5-3. Handling Gestures in a Graphical Context Such as a Game Menu; 5-4. Managing Gestures from the Silverlight for Windows Phone 7 Toolkit; Chapter 6 Sensors; 6-1. Resetting a form byshaking the phone!; 6-2. Creating a Seismograph; 6-3. Indicating the User's Position?; 6-4. Displaying Sunset and Sunrise; 6-5. Indicating the User's Position via Coordinates; 6-6. Using the Radio; Chapter 7 Media Management; 7-1. Taking a Photo from Your Phone Camera. 
505 8 |a 7-2. Picking a Photo from Your Media Library7-3. Using Media Player to Shuffle Songs in Your Media Library; 7-4. Using the Microphone in the Funny Repeater Application; 7-5. Using the MediaElement Control to Play Both Music and Video; 7-6. Adding Integration with the Music-Videos Hub; Chapter 8 Isolated Storage; 8-1. Saving a File in Isolated Storage and Loading It; 8-2. Saving Serialized Data; 8-3. Modifying Settings of Your Application; 8-4. Saving a Photo in Isolated Storage; Chapter 9 In the Cloud; 9-1. Interacting with Wcf; 9-2. Creating a Feed Reader. 
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