Windows Phone devices have inbuilt sensors, which can help detect the motion of mobile devices. In this article, we explore how we can use the sensor support on the Windows Phone platform to detect movement of the device.
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Windows Phone Mango brought about the most anticipated feature in the platform, multitasking. In this article, we explore what that excitement is all about.
Windows Phone 7.5 supports the ability to execute scheduled tasks and background agents. In this article, we explore how we can use background agents in our Windows Phone Mango applications.
Real-time applications need a mechanism to support instant updates to their status (for example, a mail client or a social chat application). To facilitate such scenarios, application developers targeting the Windows Phone devices need to be aware of the support for push notifications, which is available in the platform.
Today's app user base isn't restricted to just one region. In this article, we walk through the platform support available for developers targeting Windows Phone to develop world ready Windows Phone applications.
Windows Phone "Mango" introduces the ability of applications to process background file transfer requests. In this article, we will explore how we can write a Windows Phone application that performs background transfers.