Run the Windows Phone Emulator as Standalone

UPDATE 11/2/2010: You don’t need to do this anymore, as the Windows Phone Developer Tools now install a link in the Start menu that launches the Emulator directly. If you are developing a mobile Web app and want to test it out in the Windows Phone emulator running IE Mobile, you don’t need to launch…

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Recommended Web Videos from MIX2010

Now that MIX is well behind us and the crowds have all returned home, we hope that many of you are busily working away on your Rich Mobile Web applications and learning all about Windows Phone 7 development. To aid in this effort, I’ve pulled together a short list of sessions that I consider to…

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Ladies and Gentlemen, Please Welcome... the IE Mobile User Agent String!

Yesterday, the IE team introduced their User Agent string for IE9. We felt that it was only right that we do the same thing. Thus, without further ado, introducing the Windows Phone Internet Explorer UA String: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows Phone OS 7.0; Trident/3.1; IEMobile/7.0; <DeviceManufacturer>;<DeviceModel>) This will be the standard format of our…

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Dude! We’re Getting The Blog Back Together!

Hello everyone! I’d like to start off by introducing myself – I’m Joe Marini, and I’m a Principal PM here on the Windows Phone team. Among the things I’m responsible for is driving our mobile Web developer strategy and engagement, and that includes reaching out to all of you. I’m going to kick that off…

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