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Greg Duncan11/05/11
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300 Windows Phone 7 Icons, Creative Commons (with *.XAML, *.Design and *.PNG)

Project: Windows Phone Icons This is a project started a few months ago to supply creative commons licensed icons to Windows Phone developers.

Greg Duncan11/05/11
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Windows Phone as a Remote Control

This is one of those projects that makes you brain explode with ideas on how you can use it... (cough... I wouldn't be surprised to see this show up the Coding4Fun blog in the near future and even possibly a future This Week on Channel 9... ;)

David Kelley11/05/11
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Book Review: Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Enterprise Applications on Windows Phone 7

One of the most important developer space's on the Microsoft stack is the still emerging LOB app space for phone 7. This particular book is focused on SharePoint 2010 applications on Phone 7 which is an increasingly important sector of the increasingly...

Greg Duncan11/04/11
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PAARC (Phone as a Remote Control) - A library for WP7 & Desktop that lets the two easily connect... (Think "Writing a WP7 app that connects to and "controls" a Desktop app...)

After I started working on the app I quickly realized that it would be really cool to not just have this feature for my own purposes, but to create a generic library which could be integrated into your own applications, both on the phone and desktop

Jeff Blankenburg11/04/11
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31 Days of Mango | Day #4: Compass

This article is Day #4 in a series called the 31 Days of Mango.

Senthil Kumar11/03/11
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How to get the list of Songs, Genres, Albums from the Windows Phone MediaLibrary

You can get the get the list of Songs, Genres, and Albums from the Windows Phone by using the MediaLibrary class defined in the Microsoft.Xna.Framework.Media Namespace. To access the MediaLibrary Class, you should add the reference of the...

Mitch Pronschinske11/03/11
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Windows Phone Font Positioning With Readable Code

An MSDN blog gives us an idea of the complexity that comes with font positioning.  The author tries to clean things up for the reader by having a lot of variables to keep the code readable:

Mitch Pronschinske11/03/11
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Video: Windows Phone 3D - Integrating XNA and Silverlight

Bill Reiss, Senior Consultant at AgileThought and Microsoft Silverlight MVP, discusses an exciting development milestone - integrating XNA and Silverlight...

Jeff Blankenburg11/03/11
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31 Days of Mango | Day #3: Alarms and Reminders

This article is Day #3 in a series called the 31 Days of Mango.

Bill Bejeck11/03/11
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Android Drag and Drop (Part 1)

This is the first post in a 3 part series that is going to cover implementing Drag and Drop in an Android application. (I am currently using version 4.0 of the sdk, but I originally wrote the code in this series with the 3.1 version.) Why Use Drag and...

Den D.11/02/11
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Pandora - hidden endpoints

Pandora lives up to its name. It’s a great service if you are in the United States, but not a lot of people know that it offers additional endpoints (that are not public, by the way), that allow querying the service for some metadata. Here is a short...

Den D.11/02/11
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Getting bytes from continuous streams on Windows Phone 7

When it comes to getting data from the web in a Windows Phone 7 application, it is pretty easy to implement a downloading layer via asynchronous calls (synchronous web calls are not allowed), be it through WebClient or HttpWebRequest. That works well when...

Senthil Kumar11/02/11
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How to bind Data to ListBox in Windows Phone

The below code demonstrates a really simple way of binding data to the Standard ListBox control in Windows Phone 7 using C# . Assuming , you have the Class Movie as described below public class Movie { public string Actor { get; set; } ...

Benjamin Laffont11/02/11
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Windows Phone 7 Coding Dojo Video: Making a Time Request App

Here is a video showing how to create a simple but useful Windows Phone 7 application. This application allows Devoteam Luxembourg's consultants to add and follow their time off requests. This application uses web services based on the Object Client for...

Jeff Blankenburg11/02/11
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31 Days of Mango | Day #2: DeviceStatus

This article is Day #2 in a series called the 31 Days of Mango. Today, we are going to talk about the DeviceStatus class, and the information we can gather from a user’s device by accessing this class.