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TouchDevelop - Getting Started

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In this video, Grant Bronsdon, a High School intern at Microsoft Research, gives a quick tutorial on writing scripts in TouchDevelop. TouchDevelop is a Windows Phone 7 app that allows you to script your phone on your phone!

The Research in Software Engineering team (RiSE) coordinates Microsoft's research in Software Engineering in Redmond, USA.

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    • SOA_​Architect

      Wow...I like this kinda stuff. I am a senior senior software architect but I think youngsters and kids would befnefit a lot from this. It will teach them what programming and developing is about and they will develope a mind for logic in software construction. It is a very good preparation kit. Well done to whomever coming up with this tool. Big Smile

    • Mahender

      Its Awesome!!!!

      Touch develop is really cool ;) !

    • CbrAInK

      I would really like to play with this but I've got the (known) install problem (c101b00b) - is there any cure for this ill on the way?

    • Nikolai Tillmann

      @CbrAInk: This is a known error, and are actively investigating its cause. We are tracking the issue on the following page where we will also post once it has been resolved: https://www.facebook.com/TouchDevelop/posts/144030055681592

    • Always​Questions

      Well done, this looks outstanding.

      Do the scripts compile to byte code? If so will it be possible to sell the compiled versions in Microsoft's mobile store?

      It'd be a great way to boost your app store - develop on the phone, test on the phone, submit to the app store direct from the phone. I'd love that, I'd be able to work anywhere - on a train, on a plane, in the park while my kids are playing...

      Just make sure the runtime is included on every Windows Phone device!

      Will it work for Windows eight tablets?

      Thanks.

    • Pinto

      good one application, [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Application_software]application[/url] as mr. google says

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