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SharePoint and Windows Phone 7 Development

  • Steve Wright
  • Dan Bakmand-Mikalski
  • Razi bin Rais
  • Darrin Bishop
  • Matt Eddinger
  • Brian Farnhill
  • Ed Hild
  • Joerg Krause
  • Cory Loriot
  • Sahil Malik
  • Matthew McDermott
  • David Milner
  • Ed Musters
  • Tahir Naveed
  • Mark Orange
  • Doug Ortiz
  • Barry Ralston
  • Ed Richard
  • Karthick Sethunarayanan

Abstract

The introduction of the Windows Phone 7 mobile platform is a significant step forward from the more business-focused Windows Mobile 6.5 platform. Windows Phone 7 is a consumer-focused, marketplace-driven environment where the specifications, design, and capabilities are tightly controlled by Microsoft. Microsoft’s goal for Windows Phone 7 is to enable developers to create applications using tools common to the rest of the .NET platform like Visual Studio 2010, Silverlight, and XNA.

Keywords

User Profile List Data Link List Service Reference Window Phone 
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© Steve Wright, Dan Bakmand-Mikalski, Razi bin Rais, Darrin Bishop, Matt Eddinger, Brian Farnhill, Ed Hild, Joerg Krause, Cory Loriot, Sahil Malick, Matthew McDermott, David Milner, Ed Musters, Tahir Naveed, Mark Orange, Doug Ortiz, Barry Ralston, Ed Richard, Karthick Sethunarayanan 2011

Authors and Affiliations

  • Steve Wright
  • Dan Bakmand-Mikalski
  • Razi bin Rais
  • Darrin Bishop
  • Matt Eddinger
  • Brian Farnhill
  • Ed Hild
  • Joerg Krause
  • Cory Loriot
  • Sahil Malik
  • Matthew McDermott
  • David Milner
  • Ed Musters
  • Tahir Naveed
  • Mark Orange
  • Doug Ortiz
  • Barry Ralston
  • Ed Richard
  • Karthick Sethunarayanan

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