My Windows Phone 7 Applications in the Marketplace!
OAs some of you know, in learning to build Windows Phone 7 applications, i’ve come up with several applications for the phone. Some of the apps started as Demo’s for conferences (e.g. Winning the Lottery) and others are ones I wanted to write to get familiar with other parts of the phone API’s.
These applications are now on the Windows Phone Marketplace. Obviously most of you won’t have phones, but for the developers who have received their phones, these apps are available.
The links below are a bit testy right in this early phase. It is supposed to launch the right page in Zune, but depending on region and browser they might not be working yet. But give them a try:
- Moon Phaser: An application to show the current phase of the moon. Utilizes swipes and a DatePicker to change the date.
- Stay Glucose to Me: A blood sugar monitoring application that includes blood sugar level charts.
- Winning the Lottery: A simple application for generating random (but winning) lottery numbers ;)
- AgiliTrain Training: A data-driven application for looking at the classes that my company offers. It is consuming the public OData feed: https://agilitrain.com/services/AgiliTrain.svc.