Windows Phone 7 Developer Launch (Part 3 of 6): From Idea to Interactivity - Design Guidelines for Windows Phone 7
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Windows Phone 7 has a brand new interface paradigm called Metro that will delight end users. This session will give you a solid understanding of how XAML (eXtensible Application Markup Language), the heart of all Microsoft Silverlight and Windows Phone applications, can enable you to create powerful animations and interactive experiences. We’ll cover all of the new Windows Phone 7 controls, guidelines for usage, and what you need to think about in the new multi-touch interface. We’ll also explore some core fundamentals, such as layout containers, control templating, and how you can bind controls and properties using markup or code.
Windows Phone 7 is here – and with it comes a new world of opportunity for passionate, creative developers. Windows Phone 7 gives you the power to build complex, robust applications using consistent hardware specs, a comprehensive development toolkit, and the all-new, full-service Marketplace for selling your apps. We want you to be ready to capitalize on this new frontier to get you up and running with Windows Phone 7 development. Stream or download these in-person event recordings today.
Session 1: Introduction to Windows Phone Development
Session 2: Monetizing Your Apps with Marketplace
Session 3: From Idea to Interactivity, Design Guidelines for Windows Phone 7
Session 4: Supercharge your Windows Phone 7 Apps with Microsoft Silverlight
Session 5: Step Up Your Game with Windows Phone 7 and XNA
Session 6: The Power of the Cloud - Exploring Windows Phone 7 Services