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Discover how to build professional apps that encompass the 17 major feature areas of Windows Phone, from XAML to multimedia to network access. In this course, author Michael Lehman details the standard hardware device configuration, teaches how to navigate the development environment, and explores the Windows Phone APIs. The course shows how to build sample applications while learning Windows Phone concepts and frameworks, including the Metro design language.
Hi! I am Michael Lehman, and welcome to Windows Phone SDK Essential Training. In this course I'll be walking you through app development and showing you how to make the most of the Windows Phone OS and Microsoft's toolkit. We will start with the units converter with algorithms for temperature and volume. We will build an audio recorder featuring a live VU meter. That might be the basis for your own billion-dollar idea. and Finally, what mobile app course would be complete without a monitor for Twitter feeds? Ours features live title support and a background agent to keep you up to date. Along the way you'll see how to create compelling user experiences using Metro Design Principles, construct multipage navigation schemes, use the built-in database engine, and access web-based data in both active apps and background agents.
Windows phone is a unique and exciting platform with unlimited potential. So let's get started with Windows Phone SDK Essential Training.
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