windows phone 7 runs a version of
silverlight very close to silverlight 3
windows phone 7 will be available in
the united states on november 8
download the development tools
from create.msdn.com
a “launcher” is a way to launch
another app from your app
windows phone 7 apps can
implement a trial mode
the original name for windows
phone 7 was “windows phone 7
series”
the ui design for windows phone 7
was inspired by metro
transportation signage
find loads of application videos on
youtube by searching for “wp7dev”
launch partners for windows phone
7 include att, t-mobile, samsung, lg,
dell, and htc
every windows phone 7 device has
at least a 1Ghz processor
a “chooser” lets the user choose a
photo, contact, etc. while using your
app
the web browser on windows phone
7 has been described as halfway
between ie7 and ie8
copy and paste functionality is
coming to windows phone early
next year
the page and frame navigation
model means you get “back”
functionality for free
windows phone 7 apps are
sandboxed and cannot access data
from other apps
launch apps for windows phone 7
include twitter, netflix, seesmic, and
a load of xbox live games
bing
all of the development tools for
windows phone 7 are available for
$0
panorama and pivot controls are
included in the development tools
for windows phone 7
every windows phone 7 device has
at least a 5-megapixel camera
push notifications for windows
phone 7 come in two flavors: toast
and tile
the model-view-viewmodel pattern
works very well for windows phone
7 apps
the hardware back button works
across applications
zune
zune
all communication from a windows
phone 7 app must be asynchronous
the first ever windows phone 7
device was sold in new zealand
han solo was ranked as the 4th
greatest movie character of all time
by Empire magazine
windows phone 7 was influenced in
many ways by the zune hd
windows phone applications come
in two flavors: silverlight and xna
the isolatedstoragesettings class can
be used as an easy way to store
application settings
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Windows Phone 7 trivia originally played before the Oct 2010 meeting of the St Louis .NET User Group

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Windows Phone 7 Trivia

  1. 1. windows phone 7 runs a version of silverlight very close to silverlight 3
  2. 2. windows phone 7 will be available in the united states on november 8
  3. 3. download the development tools from create.msdn.com
  4. 4. a “launcher” is a way to launch another app from your app
  5. 5. windows phone 7 apps can implement a trial mode
  6. 6. the original name for windows phone 7 was “windows phone 7 series”
  7. 7. the ui design for windows phone 7 was inspired by metro transportation signage
  8. 8. find loads of application videos on youtube by searching for “wp7dev”
  9. 9. launch partners for windows phone 7 include att, t-mobile, samsung, lg, dell, and htc
  10. 10. every windows phone 7 device has at least a 1Ghz processor
  11. 11. a “chooser” lets the user choose a photo, contact, etc. while using your app
  12. 12. the web browser on windows phone 7 has been described as halfway between ie7 and ie8
  13. 13. copy and paste functionality is coming to windows phone early next year
  14. 14. the page and frame navigation model means you get “back” functionality for free
  15. 15. windows phone 7 apps are sandboxed and cannot access data from other apps
  16. 16. launch apps for windows phone 7 include twitter, netflix, seesmic, and a load of xbox live games
  17. 17. bing
  18. 18. all of the development tools for windows phone 7 are available for $0
  19. 19. panorama and pivot controls are included in the development tools for windows phone 7
  20. 20. every windows phone 7 device has at least a 5-megapixel camera
  21. 21. push notifications for windows phone 7 come in two flavors: toast and tile
  22. 22. the model-view-viewmodel pattern works very well for windows phone 7 apps
  23. 23. the hardware back button works across applications
  24. 24. zune
  25. 25. zune
  26. 26. all communication from a windows phone 7 app must be asynchronous
  27. 27. the first ever windows phone 7 device was sold in new zealand
  28. 28. han solo was ranked as the 4th greatest movie character of all time by Empire magazine
  29. 29. windows phone 7 was influenced in many ways by the zune hd
  30. 30. windows phone applications come in two flavors: silverlight and xna
  31. 31. the isolatedstoragesettings class can be used as an easy way to store application settings
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