Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers–Bluetooth LE Battery Service

This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog describes how to program agains the BLE battery service and is written by Jimmy Engström at Apeoholic and was originally posted here. Some devices exposes a battery service that can supply us with the current (no pun intended)…

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Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers–Introducing Bluetooth LE

This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog introduces the new Bluetooth LE support and is written by Jimmy Engström at Apeoholic and was originally posted here.   Introduction With Windows phone 8.1 Microsoft also released the ability to communicate with Bluetooth Low Energy devices. This…

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Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers–App packaging with appx

This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog post talks about how phone uses the new package model and is written by Andreas Hammar at Jayway and was originally posted here. App packaging with appx When it comes to packaging and distribution of apps – Xap…

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Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers–Using the Credential Locker

This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog post talks about how to use the credential locker to store sensitive data and is written by Johan Silfversparre at Jayway and was originally posted here. Intro With the release of Windows Phone 8.1, the Credential Locker service…

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Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers–The Background Media Player

This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog post talks about how to use the background media player and is written by Per-Olof Bondesson, Robert Hedgate  and Andreas Hammar at Jayway and was originally posted here. Dude… what is going on here?! Right! You are developing…

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Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers–Application Data

This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog post talks about how to store application  data and is written by Robert Hedgate at Jayway and was originally posted here. Introduction In this blog post I will do a quick overview of what is new with application…

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Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers–Multitasking & Background Agents

This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog post talks how to mulitask with background agents and is written by Robert Hedgate at Jayway and was originally posted here. Windows phone 8 In windows phone 8 we have something called Background agents and schedule tasks. Working…

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Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers–Localizing Apps

This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog post talks how to localize your apps and is written by Johan Olsson at Jayway and was originally posted here. Introduction When you create an app that is to be released in more than one market you must…

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Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers–Geolocation and Geofencing

This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog post talks about how to use geolocation and geofencing and is written by Andreas Ekberg at Jayway and was originally posted here. Geofencing is a new cool feature in windows phone 8.1 which makes it possible for you…

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Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers–Maps

This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog post talks about maps and is written by Andreas Ekberg at Jayway and was originally posted here. Learning how to use Maps in the .Net world is a never ending business. There are major API-differences between WPF, Silverlight,…

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