Here are a bunch of new examples for getting your Windows Phone 7 development on!
If you watched Mix 2010 keynote, you saw the Foursquare for Windows Phone 7 example and they just opened up the source code.
The Channel9 Learn center has multiple examples over at…
Donn Morse created a slightly modified
version of the XNA Racing Game Starter Kit to work with a custom game controller that has an accelerometer!
The sample driver supports communication between a Windows 7 application and the sensor. (Note that in addition to a dual axis accelerometer, the…
If you like twitter and World of Warcraft, check out the Coding4Fun project,
Version 2.0 brings some new features and bug fixes.
Fixed: Twitter connection and authentication issues Removed: The Windows pop-up messages whenever Twitter's service goes down. You can now…
Friend of Coding4Fun, René Schulte, has an
full write-up on how to do some simple drawing, loading, and saving with Windows Phone 7. René even used multi-touch as well!
He leverages the WriteableBitmapEx class that extends out the
WriteableBitmap Silverlight class.
To do a PhotoChooser, the…
The guys over
at VisitMix created a new tool that converts Adobe Illustrator files to HTML5 canvas elements that can be rendered to any browser that supports the canvas element like IE9. They even have a Windows and OS X version of the tool.
Find out more at…
Nikhil Kothari shows how to
author a sidebar gadget in vista in c# utilizing
Script#. His example shows how to use a gadget with Script# to search MSDN.
Since Script# is c# only, you can use Carlos Aguilar Mares Code translator to get VB to C Sharp over…
Chris Smith had a talk at the CodeMash conference in January 2010 titled “Being an Evil Genius with F# and .NET”. Chris created a post about his talk and doing
Computer Vision, Speech Recognition, and shooting missiles at people all with F#!
Here is a bit of his speech recognition code using…
Here at Coding4Fun, we love the WiiMote and we've found yet another cool wiimote application using Brian Peek's wiimote wrapper.
This is not a label created a Wiimote drum kit project and it is pretty neat. They've posted the
source code too.
I wasn't aware of box selection which has been in Visual Studio for some time now until I viewed this video for what is coming up with Visual Studio 2010. The video shows off some additional multiline editing functions added in 2010.
All I have to say is
holy gazooks Batman that is…