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Creating Alarms and Reminders for Windows Phone

Windows Phone Mango provides application developers the ability to create alarms and reminders in Windows Phone applications. This article walks you through creating alarms and reminders in your application.

Using the Windows Phone Marketplace Test Kit

Microsoft has made application submission to the Windows Phone Marketplace very easy by providing a kit, which can be used to test applications before they are submitted. Vipul Patel shows you how to use the kit.

Understanding the New Cryptographic APIs in Window Phone Mango

Windows Phone Mango provides application developers with a new set of cryptographic APIs, which they can leverage in their applications to store credentials in an encrypted fashion. In this article, we learn more about these APIs and how we can use them.

Writing a Windows Phone 7.5 Camera Application

Windows Phone Mango now allows programmatic access to the camera, opening doors for developers to write applications that use the built-in camera. Vipul Patel shows you how to build a simple Windows Phone Mango Camera application.

Play Background Audio in Your Windows Phone Apps

Windows Phone Mango (also called version 7.5) supports multi-tasking, which enables a number of new features, one of which is the ability to play background audio. In this article, we learn how we can play background audio in a Windows Phone application.

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