Shawn Wildermuth


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How Large Should Your Windows Phone 7 Apps Be?

Windows Phone 7

I was having a conversation with Chris Tavares of the Patterns and Practices group (the Prism guys). We were talking about the future of Prism (et al.) and the topic of the Windows Phone 7 came up. While MEF, Prism and Unity might make an appearance on the device, the real question to us was why.

HTML5, XAML and Declarative User Interfaces

Hrmph!

At the suggestion of Tim Heuer this week, I took a break from writing my Windows Phone 7 book to delve into HTML5 a bit. I wanted to see what was different and how it would possibly impact Rich Internet Applications (RIA).

Developing for the Windows Phone 7 - Part 4: Tombstoning

Url: http://wilderminds.blob.core.windows.net/downloads/debuggingtombst...

Windows Phone 7

Debugging Tombstoning in Windows Phone 7

Url: http://windowsteamblog.com/windows_phone/b/wpde...

Windows Phone 7

Using ChildWindow in Windows Phone 7 Projects

Url: http://wilderminds.blob.core.windows.net/downloads/wp7childwindow.zip

Windows Phone 7

What I learned about Windows Phone 7 from Android

Windows Phone 7

While I have been exceptionally fortunate to get a Windows Phone 7 device, I still am using my Motorola Droid as my primary phone. The primary reason is that I use Verizon and my WP7 phone uses a SIM chip (Verizon doesn't use SIM chips). I expect you're reading this post to gleam some information about the WP7 phone, but let's start with the Android.

The Silverlight for the Windows Phone 7 Workshop (Beta Edition)

Url: https://agilitrain.com/Workshop/Info/Silverligh...

Windows Phone 7

Using OData with Windows Phone 7 SDK Beta

Url: http://wilderminds.blob.core.windows.net/downloads/wp7odatamovies.zip

Windows Phone 7

Should You Be Looking for Trends in Microsoft Stories?

Developers

This last week or two has seen a number of interesting stories come out of Microsoft (some official, some not official), especially as it relates to developers and writing code. While I am sure that the announcements are not meant to indicate a trend, taken in conjuction they are confusing or disheartening to developers.

Shawn
Shawn Wildermuth
Author, Teacher, and Coach




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Intro to Font Awesome 5 (Free Course)
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Designing RESTful Web APIs (new)
Building an API with ASP.NET Web API
Building an API with ASP.NET Core
Building a Web App with ASP.NET Core, MVC6, EF Core, Bootstrap and Angular
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I'm taking a year off of conferences to finish my film, see you in 2020!

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