Windows Phone 7 Unleashed (Paperback)

Daniel Vaughan

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The complete guide to programming the entire breakthrough Windows Mobile 7 platform: timed to catch the initial wave of demand! * Focuses on helping readers get started fast, and deliver highly competitive applications that gain first-mover advantage * Teaches through complete example apps that illuminate each key concept with fully-explained code and real-world context * By Daniel Vaughan, a high-profile expert in advanced WPF and Silverlight development, and Microsoft MVP in Client Application Development Windows Phone 7 (WP7) isn't just a state-of-the-art cellphone platform: it's the best opportunity ever for thousands of .NET developers to leverage their skills in the fast-growing mobile space. Windows Phone 7 Development Unleashed is the first book designed to help them grab hold of this opportunity, rapidly build high-quality production applications, and get them to market in time to achieve first-mover advantage. Written by Microsoft MVP and leading-edge WPF/Silverlight innovator Daniel Vaughn, this book teaches all facets of WP7 development through complete sample applications and carefully explained code. Drawing on his exceptional access to the WP7 development team through the elite Microsoft Silverlight and WPF Insiders group, Vaughn shares state-of-the-art information available in no other book. Vaughn begins with an overview of the Windows Phone 7 platform, its key innovations, and the process of WP7 application development. Next, he walks through each key skill and technique developers need, including: " Building WP7 applications with Silverlight " Incorporating media, touch, interface design, and cross-platform support " Managing local and networked data " Building WP7 rich media applications with Microsoft XNA " Publishing apps through the Windows Phone Marketplace


Product Details

  • Product code: ACAKL
  • ISBN: 9780672333484
  • Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dimensions: 23.3cm x 17.9cm
  • Pages: 592
  • Publish date: Thu Dec 15 00:00:00 GMT 2011
  • Book points: 20

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