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  • Title Silverlight for Windows Phone
  • Author(s) Charles Petzold
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press; 1 edition (October 15, 2010)
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  • eBook PDF, 156 page, 8.2 MB
  • Language: English
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Book Description

This e-book is written for those who want to get to know, use, and develop applications for Windows Phone, Microsoft's latest mobile platform. Of course, it would be naive to consider that this e-book covers the topic about Windows Phone entirely, but it can undoubtedly give you a good basic to learn. In this e-book you will not find topics that require advanced hardware supports such as multi-touch or FM, because this e-book is written based on the available emulator. Topics covered: Windows Phone Overview, Using Windows Phone Development Tools, Silverlight on Windows Phone, Specific Features on Windows Phone, Developing a Simple Windows Phone Application.

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