Building a Windows Phone 7 Twitter Application using Silverlight
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by Scott Guthrie
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Silverlight and the VS 2010 Tools for Windows Phone (and the corresponding Expression Blend Tools for Windows Phone) make building Windows Phone applications both really easy and fun. 

At MIX this week a number of great partners (including Netflix, FourSquare, Seesmic, Shazaam, Major League Soccer, Graphic.ly, Associated Press, Jackson Fish and more) showed off some killer application prototypes they’ve built over the last few weeks.  You can watch my full day 1 keynote to see them in action. I think they start to show some of the promise and potential of using Silverlight with Windows Phone 7.  I’ll be doing more blog posts in the weeks and months ahead that cover that more.

Hope this helps,

Scott


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Title: mobile app development   
Name: mobile app development
Date: 2012-10-25 2:14:25 AM
Comment:
Windows Mobile has the ability to reformat itself directly from its menu system. If you are giving your phone away or selling it, it is a good idea to format it first. Additionally, formatting is a quick way to free up storage if your phone is full on memory. Just be sure you back up your important files if you choose to do this.
Title: santa   
Name: santa
Date: 2012-10-25 2:13:37 AM
Comment:
nice






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