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Windows Phone 7 Development Internals

Windows Phone 7 Development Internals
Authors
Andrew Whitechapel
ISBN
0735663254
Published
30 Mar 2012
Purchase online
amazon.com

Your guide to architectural details of the Windows Phone 7 development platformDrill into Windows Phone 7 design and architecture—and learn how to build applications on this popular mobile platform. Led by a senior member of the Windows Phone Application Platform team, you’ll gain in-depth insights into the Windows Phone 7 development model, and understand the rationale behind the architecture and APIs.Discover how to

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Your guide to architectural details of the Windows Phone 7 development platform

Drill into Windows Phone 7 design and architecture—and learn how to build applications on this popular mobile platform. Led by a senior member of the Windows Phone Application Platform team, you’ll gain in-depth insights into the Windows Phone 7 development model, and understand the rationale behind the architecture and APIs.

Discover how to:

  • Use the building blocks of the Windows Phone application architecture
  • Manage databinding and the separation of layers in the Model View ViewModel (MVVM) pattern
  • Examine how third party applications fit into the application platform
  • Make best use of the Window Phone platform for both connected and disconnected application features
  • Apply best practices for application performance optimization, debugging techniques, and profiling
  • Take advantage of the enhanced features in the Windows Phone SDK version 7.1

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