Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Updated WPTK HOLS. Updated Windows Phone 7.1(5) Training Kit Hands On Labs that is...

Microsoft Downloads - Windows Phone 7.5 Training Kit

"Hands on Labs for the Windows Phone 7.5 Application Platform

Version: 7.5
Date Published: 12/19/2011

Language: English

MangoRTMTK_Advanced2011-12-14.01.05.09.Setup.exe, 117.0 MB
MangoRTMTK_Basic2011-12-14.00.57.06.Setup.exe, 215.6 MB

Two sets of hands on labs for Windows Phone 7.5 application development. These are packages that support a full offline installation of the labs that are available live online.

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The Sociable Geek - Windows Phone 7.5 Training Kit

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The Basic Labs Include

  • Hello Windows Phone
  • Building your first Windows Phone 7 Application
  • Windows Phone Navigation and Controls
  • Application Lifecycle
  • Using the Pivot and Panorama Controls
  • Accessing Windows Phone 7 Devices
  • Game Development with XNA Framework
  • Discovering Windows Phone 7 Device Capabilities
  • PhotoFun
  • Launchers
  • Choosers
  • Weather Service Push Notifications
  • Using Bing Maps

The Advanced Labs Include

  • Catapult Wars Lab
  • Multi-Touch Game Development with XNA
  • 3D Game Development with XNA Framework
  • Using a local database in the “Tidy” application
  • Background Transfer Service in the “Tidy” application
  • Fast Application Switching in the “Tidy” application
  • Creating Notifications in the “Tidy” application
  • Adding Multitasking to your application
  • XNA 3D Model Viewer
  • Search Integration
  • Background Audio Agents

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Here's a snap of the Basic labs;

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And the Advanced Labs

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And my customary WinDirInfo snap (of the two)

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More than enough stuff to keep you busy for a bit.... :)

 

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