Showing posts with label Window Phone. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Window Phone. Show all posts

Monday, July 8, 2013

How to Create a Cloud-Powered Windows Phone App with Telerik Cloud Controls - Part 1

Last month we released the first ever cloud-powered controls for Windows Phone. They help you create an application that stores its data on the cloud and can be easily accessed by the users on multiple devices. In this blog series we will walk you through each of the cloud-powered controls and teach you how to use them in your app. For our learning purposes we'll create an app called Memories, which allows users to store information and pictures about important events in their lives, such as a birthday party, a New Year celebration, etc.


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Friday, May 17, 2013

Android to Windows 8: Working with Files

Learn how to write code in Windows Store apps for Windows 8 to save files, like photos or documents. You can store these files in app-specific file locations or save them to external storage media, like a USB drive. A user may want to save a document that they're working on and immediately return to the saved document it when they return to some document editor app. Or a user may want to save the current photo from some photo editing app to a USB drive and then connect that USB drive to a TV or a digital picture frame to view later. You can help your users do this by saving the document to an app-specific location on the user's device, and by saving the photo to external storage media.


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Thursday, April 25, 2013

Build an Interactive Home Screen Experience with Telerik HubTile for WP8

Look at your app's home screen. Does it consist of only a couple of navigation buttons thrown on the screen? If you want to delight your users from the moment they launch your app, you need to give it the look and feel of the Windows Phone home screen. Thankfully, we have RadHubTile to assist us with this. RadHubTile comes with a set of different tile types that helps developers easily implement the Windows Phone home screen experience in their apps. They consist of many different types as described below:


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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Android, iOS and Windows Mobile…Oh My: An Introduction to PhoneGap

With the growing adoption and reliance on smartphones and tablets in the competitive handheld industry, mobile applications need to be built across all major mobile operating platforms to reach the demanding customer base. These expectations leave mobile developers with the daunting task of building expertise in Android, iOS, and Windows Mobile. I will be the first to admit from first-hand experience, that moving from developing for Android to iOS or vice-versa can be difficult as every SDK has its own quirks. As a working developer in the middle of my graduate studies, time is a big constraint. I often have class assignments that require me to develop in multiple mobile operating platforms. Therefore, I was delighted to learn about PhoneGap.


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Saturday, March 16, 2013

Tapping Polygon in Windows Phone

This example shows how you can do tap and animate a polygon in XNA game development. Algorithm: 1.) Create a new project by File-> New Project name it TappingPolygon. 2.) Select Visual C# -> XNA Game Studio 4.0 from template section. 3.) Write following into Game1.cs: 4.) Add Phone.xna as reference attach with the code. [...]


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