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If you are a Windows Phone developer using the XAML + C# Application model, you would have noticed that the XAML design view (designer) takes some time to load/render the controls on the page during the design time.
If you want to programmatically detect the Windows Phone OS version, you can use the Environment.OSVersion property.
When I was trying to deploy and debug a Windows Phone 8 app from Visual Studio 2012, I ended up getting the following error.
In Windows Phone 8, you can easily get the Unique Device ID using the DeviceExtendedProperties.GetValue or DeviceExtendedProperties.TryGetValue method.
In the previous article, we saw how to create the first Windows Phone Project using Oxygene. In this article, we will try to understand the project structure of the Windows Phone Project. Note that the list of default files in the project will differ based...
Building Windows 8 Metro applications using Bing Maps control.
Oxygene & WP8 \u2013 Creating First Windows Phone 8 Project
Oxygene & WP8 \u2013 Setting up the Development Environment
Currently, the developers can build the native Windows Phone 8 app using C# or Visual Basic .NET. How about another language which can help the developers build Native Windows Phone 8 App?
A simple but effective way for format bound data in XAML with the Windows Runtime