Windows Phone 7 Development Just Got Easier

Download the Windows Phone 7 Quick Reference Card

At CodeGuru we are dedicated to creating content that makes your job easier and adds tools to your proverbial toolbox. With that in mind we are releasing the Windows Phone 7 Quick Reference Card, the second in our Quick Reference Card series.

You'll find all this helpful WP7 information:

  • Windows Phone 7 capabilities
  • Phone hardware features
  • Application certification requirements
  • Development tools & languages
  • Working with the GPS
  • Push notifications
  • User interface controls
  • Using the accelerometer
  • Working with Isolated Storage
  • Programming namespaces (non-System)

Windows Phone 7, Microsoft's newest mobile OS, is a radical shift from previous versions of Windows Mobile, both in the way users interact with their phones and the code behind the scenes. Windows Phone from a developers perspective has been built with touch input in mind and that means developers should rethink the way they design and build apps.

To download your free Windows Phone 7 Quick Reference Card please fill out our completely free premium content registration form. This will allow you to access all of Internet.com's Premium Content located in our eBook and Reference Card Libraries. If you're already an Internet.com member, you can freely download the Windows Phone Quick Reference Card now now.

Download the Windows Phone 7 Quick Reference Card





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Richard Hein

Richard Hein has covered Web technologies for 10 years in a variety of places including several Internet.com publications like Developer.com, 4GuysFromRolla, HTMLGoodies and more. Rich is currently the CodeGuru Site Manager where he covers the Microsoft Developer Technology beat.

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