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Data Binding in Windows Phone 7 Using WCF Service

This article is going to explain how to bind data in Windows Phone 7 using WCF Service. Let’s see a brief demonstration on it.

By Arun Singh posted   4 years ago

How to use XML in Windows Phone 7 Development

This article is going to explain about how to use XML file in Windows Phone 7 Development. Let’s see a brief demonstration on it.

By Arun Singh posted   4 years ago

Password Control in Windows Phone 7 Development

This article is going to explain how to use Password control in Windows 7 phone development. Let’s see a brief demonstration on it.

By Arun Singh posted   4 years ago

ScrollViewer Control in Windows Phone 7 Development

ScrollViewer represents a scrollable area that can contain other visible elements. This article is going to explain how to use ScrollViewer control in Windows 7 phone development. Let’s see a brief demonstration on it.

By Arun Singh posted   4 years ago

WebBrowser Control in Windows 7 Phone Development

The most obvious reason to use the WebBrowser control is to display web content within the page of a Windows Phone 7 application. For instance, you may be developing an application that shows Twitter feeds in a portion of the screen. The easiest way to do this would be to create a WebBrowser control in the application and navigate to a given Twitter page from within that control.

By Arun Singh posted   4 years ago

TextBox Control in Windows 7 Phone Development

With the TextBox control, the user can enter text in an application. Typically, a TextBox control is used to display, or accept as input, a single line of text. You can use the Multiline and ScrollBars properties to enable multiple lines of text to be displayed or entered. This article is going to explain how to use TextBox control in windows 7 phone development.

By Arun Singh posted   4 years ago

MediaElement Control in Windows 7 Phone Development

When beginning a media-based application for Windows Phone, perhaps the easiest thing to do is to use the Silverlight MediaElement control. With just a few lines of code, you can easily play or stream video in your Windows Phone Application. This article is going to explain how to use MediaElement control in Windows 7 Phone development.

By Arun Singh posted   4 years ago

Image Control in Windows 7 Phone Development

The Image Control allows you to display images in your Windows 7 Phone Development or Application. To have a first closer look at this control you just created a new project and dragged and drop an Image Control into your ‘MainPage.xaml’ form design. Let’s see a brief description on it.

By Arun Singh posted   4 years ago

Map Control in Windows 7 Phone Development

The Bing Maps Silverlight Control for Windows Phone allows developers to provide an enhanced mapping experience within their Windows Phone applications to end users. This article is going to explain how to use Bing Map control in windows 7 phone development or Windows 7 phone application. Let’s see a brief demonstration on it.

By Arun Singh posted   4 years ago

RadioButton Control in Windows 7 Phone Development

If you want to give few options to users out of which only one of this can be selected, radio buttons are used. Once you define set of radio buttons, you can bind them together using ‘GroupName’ property.

By Arun Singh posted   4 years ago

CheckBox control in Windows Phone 7 Development

If you want to give some options to users and users can select one option or more than one option then we use, CheckBox control are used.

By Arun Singh posted   4 years ago

Button Control in Windows Phone 7 Development

This article is going to explain how to use button control in windows 7 phone application using c# code. Let’s see a brief demonstration on it.

By Arun Singh posted   4 years ago

Introduction to Windows Phone 7 Development

Windows Mobile 7 development is done using the .NET framework. The .NET framework is a software framework created by Microsoft for use in creating Windows applications. Programmers write applications using one of the several languages supported by the .NET framework, like C#, and the applications then execute inside of a runtime environment called the Common Language Runtime. For Windows Phone 7, there are two distinct development approaches you can take when creating your application.

By Arun Singh posted   4 years ago

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