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www.it-ebooks.info www.it-ebooks.info ffirs.indd ii 3/28/11 1:11:06 PM BEGINNING WINDOWS® PHONE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT INTRODUCTION xvii CHAPTER Introducing Windows Phone CHAPTER Jaw-Dropping Apps with the Help of Silverlight 23 CHAPTER Spice Up Your App with Shapes, Colors, Brushes, and Transforms 65 CHAPTER Advanced User Interface Techniques: Styles, Templates, and the Visual State Manager 99 CHAPTER Isolated Storage, Page Navigation, and the Application Life Cycle 147 CHAPTER Interacting with the Hardware 183 CHAPTER Launchers, Choosers, and Advanced User Input 225 CHAPTER Windows Phone Services and Cloud Services 277 CHAPTER Creating and Consuming Web Services 305 CHAPTER 10 Web Services Push Notifications 347 CHAPTER 11 XNA for Windows Phone 375 CHAPTER 12 Microsoft Expression Blend 435 CHAPTER 13 Using the Silverlight for Windows Phone Toolkit and Creating Panoramic User Interfaces 467 CHAPTER 14 Patterns, Frameworks, and Tests 491 CHAPTER 15 Publishing Your Application 525 APPENDIX Solutions to Exercises 547 INDEX 565 www.it-ebooks.info ffirs.indd i 3/28/11 1:11:03 PM www.it-ebooks.info ffirs.indd ii 3/28/11 1:11:06 PM BEGINNING Windows® Phone Application Development BUILDING WINDOWS® PHONE APPLICATIONS USING SILVERLIGHT® AND XNA® Nick Lecrenski Karli Watson Robert Fonseca-Ensor www.it-ebooks.info ffirs.indd iii 3/28/11 1:11:06 PM Beginning Windows® Phone Application Development: Building Windows® Phone Applications Using Silverlight® and XNA® Published by Wiley Publishing, Inc 10475 Crosspoint Boulevard Indianapolis, IN 46256 www.wiley.com Copyright © 2011 Wiley Publishing, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana Published simultaneously in Canada ISBN: 978-0-470-91233-1 ISBN: 978-1-118-09628-4 (ebk) ISBN: 978-1-118-09629-1 (ebk) ISBN: 978-1-118-09630-7 (ebk) Manufactured in the United States of America 10 No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, 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3/28/11 1:11:09 PM CREDITS ACQUISITIONS EDITOR PRODUCTION MANAGER Paul Reese Tim Tate PROJECT EDITOR VICE PRESIDENT AND EXECUTIVE GROUP PUBLISHER Ginny Bess Munroe Richard Swadley TECHNICAL EDITOR VICE PRESIDENT AND EXECUTIVE PUBLISHER Jonathan Marbutt Barry Pruett PRODUCTION EDITOR ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER Kathleen Wisor Jim Minatel COPY EDITOR PROJECT COORDINATOR, COVER Kitty Wilson Katie Crocker EDITORIAL DIRECTOR PROOFREADER Robyn B Siesky Nancy Carrasco EDITORIAL MANAGER INDEXER Mary Beth Wakefield Robert Swanson FREELANCER EDITORIAL MANAGER COVER DESIGNER Rosemarie Graham Michael Trent ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF MARKETING COVER IMAGE David Mayhew © iStock/Oleksiy Mark www.it-ebooks.info ffirs.indd vi 3/28/11 1:11:10 PM ABOUT THE AUTHORS NICK LECRENSKI is a developer with 10 years of experience in a wide range of Microsoft technologies including Visual C++, C#, VB, VB.NET, SQL Server, NET Framework, ASP.NET, AJAX, Silverlight, and more He has a BS in Computer Science and has worked in various fields from biometrics to financial services He is also the founder and lead developer of MyFitnessJournal.com, a fitness training website that currently utilizes Silverlight technology He is also the author of Silverlight 4: Problem - Design - Solution, available from www.wrox.com KARLI WATSON is an IT contractor and author currently working in London in the fi nancial sector For the most part, he immerses himself in NET (in particular, C#) and has written numerous books in the field for several publishers He specializes in communicating complex ideas in a way that is accessible to anyone with a passion to learn, and he spends much of his time playing with technology to fi nd new things to teach people During those (seemingly few) times where he isn’t doing the previous, Karli is probably wishing he was hurtling down a mountain on a snowboard or possibly trying to get his novel published Either way, you’ll know him by his brightly colored clothes ROBERT FONSECA-ENSOR is a software engineer consulting with Infusion (www.infusion.com) From New Zealand, he currently lives in London He specializes in user interface development and has been working with Microsoft Surface, Silverlight, and WPF for the past four years Rob has a strong passion for learning new things and then teaching them to others He enjoys attending and presenting at NET user groups so much that he started the Canary Wharf NET User Group He plans to become a university professor “as soon as he gets sick of coding in the real world,” which isn’t going to happen soon Rob’s wife is an IOS developer, and together they have built and released a couple of successful iPhone games Now that his weekends are writing-free, he plans to churn out some awesome WP7 games, so watch your back Rob keeps a blog at www.robfe.com , and has a twitter account at www.twitter.com/robfe www.it-ebooks.info ffirs.indd vii 3/28/11 1:11:10 PM ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE at Wrox who had a part in helping to get this book to print First, I would like to thank my family for supporting me on another book writing endeavor I would also like to take the time to thank Paul Reese for giving me the opportunity to work on another book project and Ginny Munroe, our primary editor, who fought to keep us all on track and on time, which was no easy task I would also like to thank Jonathan Marbutt, our technical editor, for checking all of our code and offering valuable input during the writing process Finally, I would also like to thank my co-authors, Karli and Robert, for their great work on this project and ensuring that all of the material will help our readers realize the goal of developing mobile applications on the new Windows Phone platform —Nick THANKS TO ALL AT WROX for their hard work in making my writing as good as it can be In no particular order, thanks especially to Paul Reese for getting things off the ground, Ginny for infi nite patience and good humour, and Kitty for her wordsmithing Also, thanks to my fellow authors, including many congratulations to Rob for getting through that “difficult fi rst book!” —Karli I COULD NEVER HAVE GOTTEN this far if not for my darling wife, Cara You’re inspirational, patient, and wonderful Thank you for all the support you give me Thanks to the staff at Wrox for all their support and patience, especially Ginny and Paul To all my mentors: Karli, Ben Gracewood, Dr Rick Mugridge, Dr Ewan Tempero, David Okey, Alan Goodison, and especially my parents — thank you for believing in me —Robert www.it-ebooks.info ffirs.indd viii 3/28/11 1:11:11 PM ... INTRODUCING WINDOWS PHONE The Windows Mobile Platform Here Comes the iPhone Android Arrives A Microsoft Reboot 2 The Windows Phone Platform Windows Phone Hardware Specifications Windows Phone Architecture... 3/28/11 1:11:06 PM Beginning Windows Phone Application Development: Building Windows Phone Applications Using Silverlight® and XNA® Published by Wiley Publishing, Inc 10 475 Crosspoint Boulevard... 349 350 351 351 358 362 371 CHAPTER 11: XNA FOR WINDOWS PHONE What Is XNA? An XNA Game: Tank 375 375 377 What’s in My Solution? The Game Class Running the Tank Game 378 379 383 Drawing 2-D Graphics
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