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Beginning Windows Phone 7 Application Development: Building Windows Phone Applications Using Silverlight and XNA

Nick Lecrenski, Karli Watson, Robert Fonseca-Ensor
ISBN: 978-0-470-91233-1
Paperback
600 pages
May 2011
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INTRODUCTION.

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCING WINDOWS PHONE 7.

CHAPTER 2: JAW-DROPPING APPS WITH THE HELP OF SILVERLIGHT.

CHAPTER 3: SPICE UP YOUR APP WITH SHAPES, COLORS, BRUSHES, AND TRANSFORMS.

CHAPTER 4: ADVANCED USER INTERFACE TECHNIQUES: STYLES, TEMPLATES, AND THE VISUAL STATE MANAGER.

CHAPTER 5: ISOLATED STORAGE, PAGE NAVIGATION, AND THE APPLICATION LIFE CYCLE.

CHAPTER 6: INTERACTING WITH THE HARDWARE.

CHAPTER 7: LAUNCHERS, CHOOSERS, AND ADVANCED USER INPUT.

CHAPTER 8: WINDOWS PHONE 7 SERVICES AND CLOUD SERVICES.

CHAPTER 9: CREATING AND CONSUMING WEB SERVICES.

CHAPTER 10: WEB SERVICES PUSH NOTIFICATIONS.

CHAPTER 11: XNA FOR WINDOWS PHONE 7.

CHAPTER 12: MICROSOFT EXPRESSION BLEND.

CHAPTER 13: USING THE SILVERLIGHT FOR WINDOWS PHONE TOOLKIT AND CREATING PANORAMIC USER INTERFACES.

CHAPTER 14: PATTERNS, FRAMEWORKS, AND TESTS.

CHAPTER 15: PUBLISHING YOUR APPLICATION.

APPENDIX: SOLUTIONS TO EXERCISES.

INDEX.

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