In this Issue: smartyP(-2-), Al Pascual, Mike Taulty, Shawn Burke(-2-), Vikram Pendse, Tomasz Janczuk, Lee, and Alexey Zakharov.
Jeff Weber announced New Silverlight Game “Snow Spill” by Nick Avery of Liserd Arts Games
John Papa summarized links to all the Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 Sessions from MIX 10
Tim Heuer has a post up about OData and the MIX10 feed: MIX10: Yet another way to view video content sessions using their OData feed
Creating a Windows Phone 7 Metro Style Pivot Application [Part 1]
smartyP has a two-part video tutorial up on creating a WP7 pivot navigation app using Expression Blend. He's also looking for feedback.
Creating a Windows Phone 7 Metro Style Pivot Application [Part 2]
In part 2, smartyP adds gestures to his navigation. He also has some good external links listed.
Al Pascual: My First Windows Phone 7 Application
Al Pascual extends the MIX10 keynote WP7 sample by adding the ability to send tweets ... with all the code.
Silverlight 4 RC and the “silent installation”
Mike Taulty discusses and demonstrates installing an OOB app without having to visit a webpage to get it. In other words, pass it around on a USB drive, send it in email, etc.
iPhone SDK vs Windows Phone 7 Series SDK Challenge, Part 1: Hello World!
Shawn Burke has a 2-part series up comparing iPhone and WP7 development looking at how easy it is to code and lines of code produced by the tools. This first post is the classic Hello World. Check out the comments as well.
iPhone SDK vs. Windows Phone 7 Series SDK Challenge, Part 2: MoveMe
Shawn Burke's part 2 is comparing the classic iPhone 'MoveMe' app... again, check out all the comments.
Silverlight 4 : Indic Support in Silverlight
Vikram Pendse demonstrates using the Microsoft Indic Language Input tool. He has some screen shots and discussion about fonts in Silverlight.
Comparison of HTTP polling duplex and net.tcp performance in Silverlight 4 RC
Tomasz Janczuk is checking out Silverlight4 RC and has a comparison up of the performance of the three mechanisms for asynch data push for the server to the client/.
Summary rows in Datagrid with multiple groups
Lee revisted a post that displayed Summary/Totals in the group header to also support multiple groups now.
Silverlight Commands Hacks: Passing EventArgs as CommandParameter to DelegateCommand triggered by EventTrigger
Alexey Zakharov suggests a workaround 'InvokeDelegateCommandAction' to keep Blend from ignoring event args.
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