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Windows Phone development explained step by step with a 31 days series with source code and example in detal!!!
Detailed interview question and answers on .Net Framework, ASP.Net, C#, SQL Server, OOPS and WCF!!!
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A free download to the community, which has the step by step tutorial on Learning Windows Phone Development!!!

Releasing Printable Ebook on 350 Interview Questions and Answers on .NET Framework, C#, OOPS, ASP.Net, SQL, WCF

  Today I am pleased to announce the release of an F5debug Ebook "350 Interview Questions and Answers on .Net Framework, ASP.Net, OOPS, WCF, SQL Server". The ebook has questions and answers as a point by point explanation and focused this book for a last minute refresh before attending an interview. The Questions covered are from Level 100 to Level 300 in Microsoft terms i.e. from Novice to Professional level.    Ebook: Title - 350 Interview Questions and Answers on .Net Framework, ASP.Net, OOPS, WCF, SQL Server Page - 100 Printable - Yes   Topics Covered: Below ... [More]

[June 29] Presented in BDotnet Webinar on Windows Phone

  I got the opportunity to present my 2nd session on BDotnet Webinar Series for Windows Phone, the topic which I covered was “Store and Access your Windows Phone data in Windows Azure Mobile Services”. In this session I have covered the basics of Cloud Computing with Windows Azure, Windows Phone SDK and more about Windows Azure Mobile Services.    [more] Agenda: Windows Phone 8 Cloud Computing & Windows Azure Windows Azure Mobile Services Mobility + Cloud = Perfect Pair Demo Q & A Presentation Deck:

101 How to on Windows Phone – How to #101 – How to Uploading your application to Windows Phone Market Place

  This is the final how to on Windows Phone in this series where we are going to see the final step in the Windows Phone Application Development which is the Uploading the package to the Windows Phone Market Place. Windows Phone Market place is the centralized market where we can deploy our application that goes through a process of certification. Microsoft Windows Phone Marketplace can be access using the link https://windowsphone.create.msdn.com. As a developer we need to register with the market place to publish our application for download.     [more] For registr... [More]

101 How to on Windows Phone – How to #100 – How to use Windows Store Test Kit to Test your Application

  In this tutorial we are going to see how to use the Windows Phone Store Test Kits (earlier known as Marketplace Test Kit in 7.1 versions) which provides a complete set of test results before we prepare the package to deploy to the marketplace. This tool will be a show stopper for the application to get rejected while processing through the certification process. Microsoft certification process is bit tougher to handle the requirements that are documented as part of the application submission process. This tool kit will help us to identify some of the basic issues and provide the recomm... [More]

Make Productivity using Indigo Studio from Infragistics

  This article speak about how to make productivity with the new Indigo Studio from Infragistics. In our day to day activities we as designers, developers, and architects gets struck up with few cases where we need to look for some third party software’s or packages to proceed with our activities. Say as an architect if we need to build an architecture or a story board to explain to your developers on how exactly the system flows or how the screens talk to each other or even if we want to prototype the application in no time. So for those who are not known about Infragistics, they are th... [More]

101 How to on Windows Phone – How to #99 – How to Profile your Windows Phone Application

  In our previous tutorial we have seen how to use the inbuilt App monitoring feature to understand the performance of the application. In this tutorial we will see how to include the profiling options to understand the performance of the application developed for Windows Phone. The profiling feature provides all the metrics that are required to perform any relevant action on the performance issues. With profiling we can evaluate the execution of the application or memory usage aspects that are used by the application. This profiling can be used with the current version of Windows Phone ... [More]

101 How to on Windows Phone – How to #98 – How to Monitor Apps for Performance in Windows Phone Development

  In this article we are going to see how to Monitor and analyze a Windows Phone application after developing it through Visual Studio 2012 IDE. Always there is a question on why we need to monitor, basically monitoring will help us to understand the quality of the application and helps us to develop something better on top of what is done for today. This will help to change the application accordingly before it reaches to market and end users to review. The monitoring feature helps to capture all the metrics that are required to check the quality of the application easily. [more] With ... [More]

101 How to on Windows Phone – How to #97 – How to Simulate LowBandwith Connection check in your Windows Phone Emulator

  In this article we are going to see how to Check poor signal strength Simulation in your Windows Phone Application development. Simulation can be done using the Dashboard Simulation tool which is a part of the Visual Studio IDE that comes with the Windows Phone SDK. With this tool we can simulate the Slow network Speed, a weak signal strength capability and also the network failure states which we run the application in an emulator or a physical device which is connected to the development machine. [more] The tool has some inbuilt features to check the Network Speed with options to ch... [More]

101 How to on Windows Phone – How to #96 – How to Simulate Lock and Unlock Screen Scenarios in Windows Phone Emulator

  In this article we are going to see how to Simulate the Lock screen behavior while testing the application in Windows Phone Emulator. With this feature check we can test how our apps restores its state while activating and deactivating the Lock screen when the application is in working stage. The application instead of going to terminated state it should go to dormant stage unless we have enabled tombstoning on debugging the application. While the phone is unlocked the app will basically be activated and restores the state of the application.    [more] Let us see how we... [More]

101 How to on Windows Phone – How to #95 – How to Register and UnRegister a Windows Phone Device for Application Development

  In this article we are going to see how to register a Windows Phone Physical Device that can be used as a developer device for application development. As a Windows Phone developer we need to test the final version on the physical device even though we test a lot in the emulator to get the real feel on how your application reacts. So the option is to deploy the apps to the Windows Phone we need to register the phone for development which will be mapped in your Microsoft Windows Phone Developer account and then we can install and debug the application for both Windows Phone 7.1 and Wind... [More]

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