Are you interested in smartphone development? Windows Phone 7.5 (code-named Mango) is packed with new features and functionality that make it a .NET developer's dream. This book contains extensive code samples and detailed walkthroughs that will have you writing sophisticated apps in no time!
From setting up a development environment to publishing your application in the store, Windows Phone 8 Recipes has you covered. The recipe format helps you quickly turn your idea into a working app, while a range of external services help you extend its functionality with exciting features like cloud integration, Windows Live services and chat.
Are you interested in Windows Phone 7 configuration and development? Learn to build, configure, and distribute your applications using a wide variety of step-by-step recipes. This book contains extensive code samples and detailed walkthroughs.
Windows 8 XAML Primer is a fast-paced 100 page introduction for Windows 8 developers who want to get their XAML skills into shape ready for Windows 8 development. If you're a C# developer this book offers you practical, hands-on training of Windows 8 XAML development from the first page!
Content, function, fluid performance: these are all key to a great Windows 8 app experience, and behind them all is the ability to work effectively with data, whether its local, from the web or hosted in the cloud. Windows 8 Recipes with Data shows you how to tackle any scenario you meet in Windows 8 to build apps that really deliver.
Windows 8 App Projects - XAML and C# Edition takes you through the process of building your own apps for Windows 8 in a project oriented, example driven way. The book is aimed at developers looking to build Windows 8 apps in a variety of contexts.
Visual Studio LightSwitch 2012 shows users how to get the most from this innovative product by going beyond the "one-click-and-you're-done" mind set. Author Tim Leung discusses how this breakthrough product is maturing and provides invaluable tips and advice for regular and power users alike.