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Get AdMob into your Windows Phone apps and start making money

As making money is an interest of many people, I loved to share a way to make money with a Windows Phone app, basically, we’ll use in this tutorial Google’s AdMob to put advertisements and gain money on seen ads… Continue Reading →

Windows Phone reportedly to be dropped in favor for ‘Windows’ into your Lumia

We’ve heard that Microsoft’s next version of Windows and Windows Phone will be unified for a fully shared API and universal apps to run in all devices but seems like Microsoft will change the plans to drop the Windows Phone… Continue Reading →

Opera Mini for Windows Phone is finally available

The most awaited Opera Mini browser for Windows Phone has just arrived to the store as beta and available for the consumer to preview Opera Mini is full of features that fit our needs and makes it a good replacement for other browsers in the smartphone operating systems and here is a list of the features available for Windows Phone version : ✔ Browse faster: Content-heavy webpages with lots of images and graphics load faster. We make webpages lighter, so you can enjoy the fastest browser for your device. ✔ Save data: Opera Mini can reduce webpages down to 10% of their normal size. That saves you data, giving you faster, cheaper internet. ✔ Navigate easily: Bigger buttons and a clear layout make Opera Mini easier to use. ✔ Be social: Share your favorite content in a snap! ✔ Browse safely: Opera's focus on security and data privacy, keeps you safer on the web. To get Opera Mini installed in your Windows Phone smart device, click on this link It's time now to wait for other popular browsers like Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. Do you think they will be available very soon ? leave your reply in comments below!

The most awaited Opera Mini browser for Windows Phone has just arrived to the store as beta and available for the consumer to preview Opera Mini is full of features that fit our needs and makes it a good replacement… Continue Reading →

Microsoft MSN is still alive but reinvented to surprise us

The Microsoft Network (Aka MSN) is almost my age as I was born in 1995 and it was launched in the same year, we heard last days that it will shutdown however it is ranked 34 globally (26 in USA)… Continue Reading →

Tips for a faster keyboard typing

A lot of people loves to type faster on keyboard but they still can’t find out the secret behind the high typing speed. To start it off, my average writing speed  is 99 words per minute, here is the keyboard… Continue Reading →

Meet DYNCRYPT by Loovus, a new strong crypting like never before

Few days ago, Loovus (The founder of TheDeveloperSource) announced it’s new project DYNCRYPT which is a new crypting algorithms that we believe that it’s really not easy to break, we provided also a JavaScript API for developers interesting to test… Continue Reading →

WP8C2 – Discovering Windows Phone design guidelines

Windows Phone is a very unique smartphone operating system with its Metro UI user interface which is basically a set of rectangles called tiles, they are in different sizes and they could be static or dynamic (live tiles). A Windows… 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 →

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