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Professional Windows Phone 7 Application Development Building Applications and Games Using Visual Studio, Silverlight, and XNA

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Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 11/2010





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Test and deploy rich mobile applications for Windows Phone 7

The inclusion of Silverlight and XNA on Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 offers you the opportunity to create unique applications for this smart phone. Using tools such as Visual Studio, Expression Blend, and the device emulator, this book shows you how to take your Windows Phone 7 applications from the drawing board to the marketplace. Helpful examples throughout the book and on the website demonstrate how to design and lay out a Windows Phone 7 application, interact with the device, and even sell your applications.

Professional Windows Phone 7 Application Development:

  • Provides an overview of Windows Phone 7 tools and user interface basics

  • Explains how to use the panorama, pivot and map controls, navigate between pages, and work with application settings

  • Shares techniques for working with multiview applications, autorotating, and autosizing

  • Offers advice for understanding application lifecycle management and XNA game development

  • Uncovers tips for utilizing taps, touches, and gestures, and working the camera

  • Includes downloadable examples from the website and discusses best practices for building mobile applications

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Sommario

INTRODUCTION xxv

CHAPTER 1: TAKING THE METRO WITH WINDOWS PHONE 1

Minimum Specifications 2

Chassis Design 3

Screen Resolution 5

Metro Design Language 5

Principles 7

User Experience 8

Start and Lock Screens 9

Hubs 10

Developer Landscape 12

Summary 13

CHAPTER 2: FREE TRANSPORT WITH VISUAL STUDIO 2010 AND EXPRESSION BLEND 4 15

Visual Studio 2010 Express for Windows Phone 16

Expression Blend 4 21

Windows Phone Emulator 24

Summary 26

CHAPTER 3: DESIGNING LAYOUTS USING RED THREADS 27

Red Threads 27

Controls 29

Standard Controls 34

Layout 50

Resources and Styles 54

Themes 59

Summary 61

CHAPTER 4: ADDING MOTION 63

Visual State Management 63

Behaviors 71

Animation 79

Template Transitions 80

State Transitions 83

Panoramic and Pivot Controls 88

Summary 94

CHAPTER 5: ORIENTATION AND OVERLAYS 95

Device Orientation 95

Orientation Detection 96

Orientation Changes 99

Orientation Strategies 99

Soft Input Panel (SIP) 109

Application Bar 113

Icon Buttons 114

Menu Items 118

Opacity 119

State Changed Event 120

System Tray 120

Summary 121

CHAPTER 6: NAVIGATION 123

Page Layout and Architecture 123

Navigation 126

Fragments and QueryString 131

UriMapping 132

Go Back 133

GoBack and CanGoBack 135

Animation 136

Wizards 139

Background Processing 140

Eligible for Termination 141

Scenarios 142

Saving State 146

Obscured 148

Summary 149

CHAPTER 7: APPLICATION TILES AND NOTIFICATION 151

Application Tile 151

Push Notifications 155

Priority 161

Tile Notifications 163

Toast Notifications 164

Raw Notifications 165

Examples 166

Errors 169

Summary 171

CHAPTER 8: TASKS 173

Windows Phone Tasks 173

Where Did My Application Go? 175

Camera and Photos 176

Phone and SMS 179

E–Mail 184

Launchers 188

Extras 192

Summary 194

CHAPTER 9: TOUCH INPUT 195

User Experience 195

Guidelines 196

Touch Events 200

Single Touch 201

Double–Tap 203

Multi–Touch 214

Summary 220

CHAPTER 10: SHAKE, RATTLE, AND VIBRATE 221

Accelerometer 221

Working with the Emulator 226

Reactive Extensions for .NET 238

Vibration 239

Summary 240

CHAPTER 11: WHO SAID THAT? 241

Media Playback 241

MediaElement 241

SoundEffects with XNA 257

Microsoft Translator 267

Audio Recording 270

Playback 272

Saving 272

Music and Video Hub 274

FM Tuner 276

Summary 278

CHAPTER 12: WHERE AM I? FINDING YOUR WAY 279

Geo–Location 279

GeoCoordinateWatcher 280

IGeoPositionWatcher 284

Bing Maps 295

Map Design 296

Map Credentials 297

Points of Interest and Lines 298

Events 302

Bing Maps Web Services 304

Summary 307

CHAPTER 13: CONNECTIVITY AND THE WEB 309

Connected Status 309

Network Availability 310

Service Reachability 310

Emulator Testing 312

Connectivity 315

WebBrowser Control 320

MultiScaleImage 326

Authentication 328

Windows Live ID 329

Summary 347

CHAPTER 14: CONSUMING THE CLOUD 349

HTTP Request 349

WebClient 350

HttpWebRequest 355

Credentials 359

Compression 360

WCF/ASMX Services 365

Service Configuration 365

Add Service Reference 367

Service Implementation and Execution 368

Custom Headers 371

Credentials 371

WCF Data Services 372

OData with WCF Data Services 372

JSON 379

Summary 383

CHAPTER 15: DATA VISUALIZATION 385

Data Binding 385

DataContext 386

BindingMode 388

Value Converters 392

Designing with Data 394

Sample Data 394

Design–Time Data 402

MVVM Light Toolkit 411

Element and Resource Binding 413

Summary 415

CHAPTER 16: STORING AND SYNCHRONIZING DATA 417

Isolated Storage 417

ApplicationSettings 418

IsolatedStorageFileStream 421

Data–Caching 422

Object Cache 422

Persistent Storage 430

Synchronization 442

Summary 458

CHAPTER 17: FRAMEWORKS 459

Managed Extensibility Framework 459

Import and Export 460

ImportMany 463

Application Composition 467

Microsoft Silverlight Analytics Framework 467

Testing 471

Unit Testing 471

Emulator Automation 486

Summary 490

CHAPTER 18: SECURITY 491

On the Device 491

Device Security 492

Device Management 492

Data Encryption 493

Over the Wire 496

Transport 496

Authentication 497

Summary 514

CHAPTER 19: GAMING WITH XNA 515

Getting Started 515

Game Loop 521

Game Life Cycle 522

Rendering 524

Content 524

Sprites 525

Movement 526

Text and Fonts 527

Input 530

Accelerometer 530

Touch 531

Keyboard 532

3D Rendering 532

3D Model 533

Color and Lighting 535

Primitives 535

Textures 538

Summary 539

CHAPTER 20: WHERE TO NEXT? 541

Device Debugging 541

Registering for Development 541

Debugging Applications 543

Deploying Applications 544

Third–Party Components 544

Silverlight Toolkit 545

Database 546

Application Migration 547

User Interface 547

Services and Connectivity 548

Data 548

Device Capabilities 548

Background Processing 549

User Interface Performance 549

Performance Counters 549

Redraw Regions 551

Caching 551

External Systems 552

Proxy Service (Exchange) 552

Shared Key Signatures (Windows Azure) 554

Publishing 563

Application and Start Icons 564

Splash Screen 565

Capabilities 565

Trial Mode and Marketplace 567

Summary 569

INDEX 571





Trama

A one-of-a-kind book on Windows Phone 7 development

While numerous books cover both Silverlight and XNA, there lacks a resource that covers the specifics of Windows Phone 7 development. This book fills that void and shares the specifics of building phone applications and games. You'll learn how to get started with designing, building, testing, and deploying mobile applications for Windows Phone 7. Working examples used throughout the book cover how to design and layout a Windows Phone 7 application, interact with the device, and even sell your applications.
* Fills the void in the market for an instructional book on developing applications for Windows Phone 7
* Offers an overview of Windows Phone and discusses the necessary tools
* Explains how to work with multiview applications
* Addresses tool bars, pickers, table views, navigation controllers, application setting, and user defaults
* Reviews drawing with XNA, using the camera, and understanding basic data persistence

Explore the exciting possibilties of Windows Phone 7 development with this invaluable reference.




Autore

Nick Randolph is a Microsoft MVP in Device Application Development, and a solutions architect at Built To Roam, where he builds rich mobile applications. He is also the author of Professional Visual Studio 2008 and Professional Visual Studio 2010.

Christopher Fairbairn is a Microsoft MVP in Device Application Development and has developed custom solutions and commercial products for platforms including Palm OS, Windows Mobile, iPhone, and J2ME.








Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9780470891667

Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Wrox - Programmer to Programmer
Dimensioni: 235 x 31.73 x 191 mm Ø 1046 gr
Formato: Brossura
Pagine Arabe: 624






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