My first Windows Phone 7 App: Getting SharePoint Content

Posted by: Jan Tielens Bloggings [MVP], on 17 Mar 2010 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Earlier this week at the Mix10 conference, Microsoft announced the developer story of the Windows Phone 7 Series. As expected, its all about Silverlight! For all the details I highly recommend to watch the recorded keynotes (day 1, day 2). Tonight I could resist trying to build my very first Windows Phone 7 application; the traditional Hello World thingy. Because the developer tools (Visual Studio 2010 and the free Visual Studio 2010 Express) have pretty nice templates, that wasnt much of a challenge....

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