Designing My First (Public) Windows Phone App

-or- Inside the PASS Event Browser for Windows Phone (Part 1) Now that I have completed the first update to my PASS Event Browser app for Windows Phone 7.5, I thought it might be helpful for me to share some of my experiences in this process—at least for folks considering creating OData client apps on…


OData Quickstart for Windows Phone Updated—Now with VB!

I’m not sure if I’ve mentioned it here on my blog yet or not, but the forthcoming release of Windows Phone 7.5 (“Mango”) and the Windows Phone SDK 7.1 features huge improvements for consuming OData feeds. This means that, in Mango, OData support on phone is basically equivalent to Silverlight 4 and .NET Framework 4…


New OData Tombstoning Behavior in Mango

As I mentioned in my previous post OData Updates in Windows Phone “Mango”, new methods have been added to the DataServiceState class that improve performance and functionality when storing client state. You can now serialize nested binding collections as well as any media resource streams that have not yet been sent to the data service….


OData Updates in Windows Phone “Mango”

Today, the Windows Phone team announced the next version of Windows Phone, code-named “Mango.” You can read more about Mango in this morning’s blog post from the Windows Phone team. There is also a developer tools update for this Mango beta release, which now includes the OData client library for Windows Phone; you can get…