Mango Boy

Windows Phone 7.1 Developer Tools (code-named “Mango“) Beta were released last month and contain several new features – both in the tools as well as the platform. Kunal Chowdhury, a Silverlight MVP, has authored a comprehensive series of articles to kickstart Windows Phone development with the new tools, as well as specific tutorials on individual [...]

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C4F tools

Clint Rutkas, the handyman at Coding4Fun on Channel 9 has developed and released the Coding4Fun Windows Phone Toolkit. The toolkit is a set of Silverlight controls, converters, and helpers to make your life easier.

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Program

Greg R Jacobs, the owner of Binary Wasteland, has authored a complete series on Windows Phone 7 development. The series ramps up a developer new to Windows Phone 7 development to developing a complete application, and publish it to the Marketplace.

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App Hub

App Hub provides several QuickStarts to introduce the basics for creating Windows Phone 7 applications. These QuickStarts are designed for readers who are new to Windows Phone development and also the ones who have experience, yet want to explore a specific feature/scenario.

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Finding all the information a Windows Phone developer needs to make great apps and games just got easier!  Development documentation and content are currently spread across multiple Microsoft web properties, and there was no single place for developers to turn for the entire picture – until now.

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Jeff Wilcox, a developer on the Silverlight team at Microsoft spends a lot of his time (~80%) coding in C++. And that’s because Silverlight is a portable managed runtime and C++ (C with classes in this case) is what enables Silverlight portability. This hour-long video gives more insights.

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SilvelightShow

Silverlight is not the only possibility to create software for Windows Phone 7 devices, there’s also XNA.  Peter Kuhn has authored a series of articles to give a comprehensive insight into XNA on the mobile platform for Silverlight developers who have not dealt with XNA in detail before.

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MIX11

MIX is a gathering of developers, designers, UX experts and business professionals creating the most innovative and profitable consumer sites on the web. This posts lists all the session on Windows Phone at the event..

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Windows Phone 7 Developer Guide

Windows® Phone 7 Developer Guide: Building connected mobile applications with Microsoft Silverlight® is a long name for a book. Ignore that, and this one is a great, practical book for Windows Phone 7 development.

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Coding4Fun Windows Phone Toolkit

Coding4Fun has released several common controls that you can use while building Windows Phone 7 applications along with the source.

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