Windows Dev News for January 20, 2012 - #0030
In This Issue:
Senthil Kumar B
Above The Fold:
"Easing Functions in CSS3"
"Getting Started with Windows Azure "
"Modern Web Development - Part 2 "
Desert Mountain Developers
Visual Studio #LightSwitch Daily
WinRT Daily News
Free Windows Phone Training
Windows Phone and PhoneGap - Article #11 - Make a Phone Call - Part 1
Senthil Kumar B
's 11th PhoneGap post is up, and is part 1 of making a phone call... pretty easy, wonder what part 2 is ?
Part 48 - Windows Phone 7 - pin to start by control
's WP7 post number 48 is up, showing how to pin an app to the start menu by using code
How to add Panorama to existing WP7 project
Have an existing WP7 app and wanna add a Panorama to it?
shows the quick and dirty of just that
Easing Functions in CSS3
has a great post on Easing in general, and he's showing it with CSS3... good stuff!
metro colors for photoshop
produced some Metro color swatches in the course of his work this week and is sharing them if you're a photoshop kinda person
How to get the Tapped Item in a MultiselectList control
takes the mystery out of getting a reference to the tapped item in a MultiselectList... one of those things that sounds easy but isn't
Getting Started with Windows Azure
has the 2nd of a series of posts up on getting started with Azure and explains how to sign yourself up and get a no-obligation 3-month fee trial along the way.
New Videos Uploaded
added two more videos to his series, these two being on persisting and image and navigation within an MVVM app.
How to Use the ConnectionSettings Task for Windows Phone
is discussing the COnnectionSettings Task, defined in Microsoft.Phone.Tasks that allows you to set and adjust device network settings
WinRT Quick Tip #1: Get the Constructor for a Type
ran into a WinRT issue where WinRT's type doesn't have a way to get to the constructor without using TypeInfo and reflection
WP7 PhoneGap Backbutton Support Re-visited
revits his prior PhoneGap post by maintaining a list of URLs for the navigation stack to detect backward navigation
Modern Web Development - Part 2
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