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Windows Phone Developers

The dream of the 90s…
7 years ago

The dream of the 90s…

“Fred Armisen can never just do the joke and make it funny. He has to crush every last bit of humor out by dragging the jokes on so long past funny that you end up hating him and his show.”
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Microsoft Opens Up Windows Phone Development to New Countries
8 years ago

Microsoft Opens Up Windows Phone Development to New Countries

Do you have an application in the Windows Phone Marketplace and want to be one of the first developers to go into new markets? Hurry to the Windows Phone App Hub. As of right now developers can now offer their wares to shoppers in Argentina, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Peru, and the Philipines.
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Microsoft Refreshes Windows Phone Developer Tools, Pushes Updated Beta of Windows Phone Mango
8 years ago

Microsoft Refreshes Windows Phone Developer Tools, Pushes Updated Beta of Windows Phone Mango

It’s been an exciting month for Windows Phone developers. In four short weeks, we’ve had the Windows Phone SDK refreshed, an early developer OS go out for testing on real retail hardware, and now we’re getting updated versions of both again. Starting today app creators who have register with Microsoft App Hub can’t get the latest version of the Windows Phone OS to load on their phones for testing with their apps.
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Everything you’ve Always Wanted to Know About Application Compatibility

For the aspiring developer in all of us, Microsoft’s got a new blog post up on “Everything you’ve Always Wanted to Know About Application Compatibility in Windows Phone”. If you’ve got an application that you’re planning to transition over to Windows Phone it’s definitely worth the read as it includes everything from what changes have been made, to new class documentation.
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Chevron Unlocking Tool to Return; Marketplace Haters to Rejoice
8 years ago

Chevron Unlocking Tool to Return; Marketplace Haters to Rejoice

Remember when those of you who wanted to load applications that couldn’t make it through the Windows Phone Marketplace’s red tape released a tool that allowed anyone to unlock their device and install applications not in the marketplace? They’re coming back and this time it’s Microsoft approved.
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