Windows Phone platform has support to work with the oData protocol for data exchange. In this article, we walk through an example of how to build Windows phone applications that work with oData data services.
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Developers planning to build applications targeted for the Windows Phone platform need to be aware of oData b Open Data Protocol to use in their applications. This article provides an overview of the oData Protocol and the support for the protocol in the Windows Phone platform.
Today, information lives on the web. It is important for a Windows Phone platform developer to know how to author Windows Phone applications that can connect to the web and use data services. This article explores the connectivity offerings for web and data services for the Windows Phone platform.
You no longer need a stylus to operate a Smartphone; Gestures are the new normal. Application developers targeting the Windows Phone platform should be aware of how to work with this new type of user input in their application. This article walks you through the gesture support in Windows Phone platform and how you can handle gestures in your application code.
Application developers targeting the Windows Phone platform should be aware of the security model in the revamped mobile platform from Microsoft. This article provides an overview of the security model changes in the Windows Phone platform.
Windows Phone application developers need to understand the limitations of isolated storage b the one way to store data for the platform. Here is a compilation of the top things developers needs to aware of when using the isolated storage feature in their applications.