HackReady.Phone Episode 3 of 7: Understanding Windows Phone’s Application Lifecycle and State Management

You can view the webcast On-Demand: https://aka.ms/HackReadyPhone3 This part of our Windows Phone development series covered the Windows Phone Application Lifecycle (see picture below).  Understanding this is important for developers, as users expect a consistent experience across all their applications.  Because only one Windows Phone application can be running in the foreground at any given…

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HackReady.Phone Episode 1 of 7: Introduction to the Windows Phone Platform (Level 100) - http://aka.ms/HackReadyPhone1

I hope you enjoyed the first part of our series on Windows Phone development!  Here are the resources that we covered: Slides are attached to the bottom of this post Download the Windows Phone SDK Dani’s blog: http://smallandmighty.net Resources from slides: App Hub: http://create.msdn.com Arturo TV for Metro UX: http://ux.artu.tv/ Silverlight Control Toolkit: http://silverlight.codeplex.com Coding4Fun…

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Resources from the HTML5 and Windows Phone 7 Developer Camps

My awesome fellow ADE, Tara Walker (http://blogs.msdn.com/tarawalker) just posted about ALL the content that we’ve presented at the recent round of Windows Phone Camps and HTML5 Game Camps.  If you missed the camps altogether, you can check out the MSDN Webcast series we’re doing with the HTML5 Game Camp content (live or On-Demand):   Check…

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Philly XAML Meeting – Windows Phone 7

Thanks to all who came out to last night’s Philly XAML meeting!  Though Dave couldn’t make, I hope I did the topic some justice.   If you want to learn more, come out to our Windows Phone 7 Firestarter on September 22nd at UPenn. Follow the links below to learn more about Windows Phone 7. Resources:…

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