See how easy it is to create a Windows Phone 7 app and tie it to a Web service as Ramon Arjona walks you through the creation of a language translation tool.
MSDN Magazine August 2010
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Hi to all,
I need to make an application that can send sms from a desktop pc using a windows mobile phone as a gsm modem. It can be a desktop app or a web app.
The mobile phone is connected via USB.
I don't want to use third party sms gateways.
Can you point me in the right direction?
Thanks in advance
I have downloaded Phone 7 developer tools and starting to write a sample. While in Visual Studio - my laptop is crashing very frequently to blue screens.
Windows Phone 7 has shipped, and now it's your turn to start developing apps for it. We'll introduce you to the Windows Phone Developer Tools and walk you through the creation of a Windows Phone application that accesses a web service.
MSDN Magazine October 2010
I've release a beta version of the Rapid Repository Windows 7 Phone Database which can be downloaded from CodePlex here : http://rapidrepository.codeplex.com/releases/view/54909
I would really appreciate any comments, ideas or bug reports.
Hope you find the repository useful.
There are some tutorials below to help get you started. it is really easy to use so you should be up and running within minutes.
Download the code and a fully working example application from http://rapidrepository.codeplex.com/
What are the exact conditions to enable the connectivity from Windows Phone 7 to Sharepoint 2010 ?
I have a Sharepoint site, with access from outside through
https://remote.domain.com:987 and will access from the WP7.
The mobile say that is an error in the authentification process.
I'm searching and found that NTLM is not supported from the mobile ... I see the ASP.NET FBA must be used ?
The access within Internet browsing is OK on the mobile. I can browse the sites and download documents. I don't want change the authentification method for other devices (PC/notebook).
What I need to change in my Sharepoint site and how ?
Thanks by advance !
Yes, I might report to the Death Star every morning and Darth Ballmer (and I like it, too), but it's true that I still have plenty o' Macs around the house. I'm just not able to be religious one way or another, even for the company I work for. But you may have heard that Microsoft was buying their employees Windows Phones, and today was the first day we could get them. Truth be told, I was converted a long time ago, when I saw some of the first demos.
So today, I happily relinquished my iPhone 3GS, and put that naughty SIM card into the Samsung Focus at an AT&T store in Redmond. It. Is. Awesome. For all of the messing around with prototypes and such, you don't really start to appreciate it until you start populating it with your various accounts. If I were to describe the promise of WP7, it's that the age of syncing crap to a desktop computer is almost gone. Almost.
I always sync'd my phone to my iMac, because I use Aperture for photo stuff, and, for reasons I can't quite explain, the Mac version of iTunes has always been a stronger performer. When I learned there was a Mac Connector app, that sealed the deal for me. I would get the new phone as soon as I could. So here's how you evolve to the new world as a Mac user.