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August 2014

Universal Apps #3 – Working with JSON

In this third edition of our universal apps series I’m going to show you how the back end of the app works. This is actually the server-side script that will give us all information we need to be able to… Continue Reading →

WP8C1 – Preparing the development environment

Hi, This tutorial is a part of Windows Phone 8 development course so if you didn’t read it you’ve to go back and start from the beginning. So, today we’ll prepare the development environment and we’ll start by making sure… Continue Reading →

Windows Phone 8 development course

Hello, I've been developing on Windows Phone 8 since December 2013 and I want to share some basic topics, and I'll be posting 1 tutorial daily starting from tomorrow and here is the summary of my course for you. Coursers will start with "WP8C" and a number (ex: WP8C1) which stands for Windows Phone 8 Course 1st Tutorial.
  1. Preparing the development environment
  2. Discovering Windows Phone design guidelines
  3. Building your first app
  4. Difference between a Grid and a Stack Panel
  5. Working with Windows Phone controls part 1
  6. Working with Windows Phone controls part 2
  7. Using Windows Phone Toolkit
  8. Performing pages navigation and passing data
  9. Guide to the application bar
  10. Data binding in Windows Phone
  11. Storing application settings
  12. Publishing your app in the store
And finally, here is a very useful links for you Windows Phone Dev Center Thanks for being interested

Hello, I’ve been developing on Windows Phone 8 since December 2013 and I want to share some basic topics, and I’ll be posting 1 tutorial daily starting from tomorrow and here is the summary of my course for you. Coursers will start… Continue Reading →

Quick Tip: Bing developer assistant for Visual Studio

Here's another quick tip for developers. If you're using Visual Studio, and there's a big chance that you are using Visual Studio, Microsoft recently released a new tool that will interest you. Microsoft released a developer assistant for Visual Studio. Thanks to the Bing search algorithms and Microsoft large developer community platform MSDN it is possible to get sample projects or code snippets right away without having to leave Visual Studio. The developer assistant nicely integrates with Visual Studio IntelliSense, it can show you relevant information about the features that you're implementing and the API's that you're using at the moment. You can just copy and paste the code to insert it into your code. The plugin also provides a sort of sample and code browser where you can find a lot of helpful source code and even complete Visual Studio samples. You can download the Bing Developer Assistant for Visual Studio 2012 and 2013. Click here to get more information about this tool.

Here’s another quick tip for developers. If you’re using Visual Studio, and there’s a big chance that you are using Visual Studio, Microsoft recently released a new tool that will interest you. Microsoft released a developer assistant for Visual Studio…. Continue Reading →

Starter guide for a responsive web design

Hello, As usual, I’ve worked on something and I want to share a guide on how it’s made, yes this time is for a responsive web design, this tutorial will be very basic, and you’ll make me happy when you… Continue Reading →

Quick Tip: Autoformat your code in Visual Studio

Hello there, I just wanted to share something that was very helpful today. I was wondering what was the fastest and easiest way to tidy up your code. When you’re working a lot on the same code in the same… Continue Reading →

The best FTP clients

As a developer you will have to use a lot of software. One piece of software that you’ll definitely need is an FTP client, with an FTP client it’s possible to upload and download files to and from your webserver… Continue Reading →

Reading XML data in Windows Phone with C#

Hello, In this tutorial we’ll see these things Reading from local XML file that exits in the app Reading data from XML and loading it into a list Using XML for data binding XML (Extensible Markup Language) data file (composed… Continue Reading →

Universal Apps #2 – change the layout

In the second part of this tutorial we’re going to make some simple changes to the layout of the Universal Hub App. We’re going to change the title of the app and we’re adding some images. First I’m going to… Continue Reading →

How to create a calendar in Windows Phone app

Hi, I’ve been doing this with a friend (Ines Azouz, a young Windows Phone developer Girl) few days ago and so I loved to share it with you, let’s take it easy, start your Visual Studio, create a new Windows… Continue Reading →

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