Download Free Ebook: Programming Windows Phone 7

Microsoft does the right movement in Mobile Operating System Market with release of  Windows Phone 7 Digital E-Book in PDF to the programming community to  attract tech  analyst and developers to design and develop applications for Windows 7.

This book has been written by Charles Petzold and its focused on the basics of writing applications for Windows Phone 7 using the C# programming language with the Silverlight and XNA 2D frameworks. The book has been divided into three parts which are basic concepts of Windows Phone 7 programming using example programs that target both Silverlight and the XNA framework, Silverlight and XNA 2D.

Chapters in the €œProgramming Windows Phone 7 € e-book includes:

  • Chapter 1 : Hello, Windows Phone 7.
  • Chapter 2 : Getting Oriented.
  • Chapter 3 : An Introduction to Touch.
  • Chapter 4 : Bitmaps, Also Known as Textures.
  • Chapter 5 : Sensors and Services.
  • Chapter 6 : Issues in Application Architecture
  • Chapter 7 : XAML Power and Limitations.
  • Chapter 8 : Elements and Properties.
  • Chapter 9 : The Intricacies of Layout.
  • Chapter 10 : The App Bar and Controls.
  • Chapter 11 : Dependency Properties.
  • Chapter 12 : Data Bindings.
  • Chapter 13 : Vector Graphics.
  • Chapter 14 : Raster Graphics.
  • Chapter 15 : Animations.
  • Chapter 16 : The Two Templates.
  • Chapter 17 : Items Controls.
  • Chapter 18 : Pivot and Panorama.
  • Chapter 19 : Principles of Movement.
  • Chapter 20 : Textures and Sprites.
  • Chapter 21 : Dynamic Textures.
  • Chapter 22 : From Gestures to Transforms.
  • Chapter 23 : Touch and Play.
  • Chapter 24 : Tilt and Play.
The €œProgramming Windows Phone 7 € e-book is available as a free download without any  registration, from Microsoft in PDF format: Microsoft_Press_ebook_Programming_Windows_Phone_7_PDF.pdf  and
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