by Erik Porter
If you are a mobile phone app builder, you know that users can choose from thousands of apps, and they expect apps to feel alive and connected even when they are closed. Adding push notifications and other services to your phone app is essential but can seem complicated and time consuming to build. It is not. Learn how easy it is to use the latest and greatest from ASP.NET to connect your native phone apps to the web using Windows Phone push notifications, ASP.NET membership, and custom services with just a few lines of code.
How do I use XAML to build outstanding apps for Windows Phone, using Visual Studio and Expression Blend? In this session we'll walk you through the steps from start to finish.
by Peter Torr
Windows Phone ‘Mango’ brings developers the ability to deliver several different types of multitasking scenarios to the end user. In this code focused session, we’ll drill in depth on what these are and how to add multitasking to your existing Windows Phone app today.
by Jeff Wilcox
Is your app as fast as it can be on Windows Phone? There are many details to wringing out the maximum amount of performance on the Windows Phone platform. In this session, the experts will drill in depth on how to create the outstanding app performance that is key to winning the audience on Windows Phone.
Windows Phone pioneered the ‘Metro’ design language, the popular, iconic user interface paradigm used by thousands of apps to give end users a common basis from which to interact with their device. In this session, we’ll drill in depth on what ‘Metro’ is, and how to leverage its full power in your apps.
by Joe Marini
Windows Phone ‘Mango’ brings the power of IE9 to the Phone, with its full performance and standards based approach. For the first time, developers will be able to leverage the power of the browser to deliver compelling interactive experiences, both inside and outside the context of a traditional application. Come to this session to get started today leveraging the power of the browser on the phone.
13th–16th September 2011