Get brained up on Windows Phone and build your app

In March, we are visiting four cities across Canada to give a full day workshop to help you get started building Windows Phone apps.  In this workshop, you can expect to learn how to build apps for Windows Phone and have expert support for you to build your very own Windows Phone app or game. …

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Mobile screen != PC screen. Raise your hand if you knew that.

Ok, I admit it.  The headline was a bit of link bait given how obvious it is.  That being said, it’s surprising how often the mistake is made by app developers to add more features and screen activity than is necessary.  This is especially true of developers porting a PC app to the mobile form…

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(Guest Post) WP App Lifecycle Series – Maintaining Your Apps: Dealing with Crashes

The following post is the second in a series about how to manage apps you’ve built after you’ve published them. The first post was an introduction to the series.  This post talks about how to deal with application errors reported to the Marketplace after you have published your app.  The series is written by Atley…

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(Guest Post) WP App Lifecycle Series – How Do I???

The following post is the first in a series about how to manage apps you’ve built after you’ve published them.  The series is written by Atley Hunter, one of the top Windows Phone app developers in the world and Canadian!  This series was originally posted on Atley’s blog and is re-syndicated here with his permission….

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Winning on the Marketplace: Tips on getting promoted

Once you have built your app or game and have published it into the Windows Phone Marketplace, you’re likely going to want to monitor the uptake of your app via download and (potentially) revenue statistics.  You are also going to want to find ways to market your app to people who may not know about…

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