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Windows Phone 7 Overview

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The release of the Windows Phone 7 operating system in 2010 opened very exciting perspectives for all .NET developers. In this session, Laurent will introduce the WP7 development tools and practices …

The release of the Windows Phone 7 operating system in 2010 opened very exciting perspectives for all .NET developers. In this session, Laurent will introduce the WP7 development tools and practices to help you create your first apps.

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  • 1. Laurent Bugnion (@LBugnion)
    Director, User Experience Integration
    IdentityMine Inc., www.identitymine.com
    Windows Phone 7 Overview
  • 2. The mobile phenomenon
    Geeks knew that all along
    Apple Newton (1987)
    Palm (1996)
    Tablet PCs
    The public is finally catching up now!
    Apple iPhone
    Android phones
    Tablets / Slates
  • 3. The NUI phenomenon
    Graphical User Interface
    Natural User Interface
  • 4. The NUI phenomenon
    A lot of research
    1984, Buxton and team
    Microsoft Surface, smartphone, Slates
    And now the benefits
    Multitouch
    But also new concepts (Kinect, …)
    Technology is catching up with Hollywood
  • 5. A computer in the pocket
    1GHz CPU, 8GB storage, 256MB RAM, DirectX9 GPU, 800x480 screen, 4 points multitouch, GPS, Accelerometer, Compass, 5MP camera
    “As much power as NASAused to launch mento the Moon”
    “(and we use that tothrow birds at pigs…)”
    25th of May
  • 6. A new UI concept
    “Glance & Go”
    Live tiles
    Legibility in the forefront
    “Authentically digital”
    METRO
  • 7. METRO is…
    A set of guidelines
    Not rules!
    An inspiration
    A new font
    Segoe WP (Light, Semilight, Semibold, etc…)
    A graphical line
    Beautiful by default
    Room for creativity
  • 8. Video/Demo
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Xm-gbmcM4
  • 9. Coding for WP7
    Two frameworks
    Silverlight for applications
    XNA for games
    Probably the best tools in the mobile landscape
    Visual Studio
    Expression Blend
    And all that is free
  • 10. Demo
  • 11. Publishing WP7 apps
    Windows Phone Marketplace
    99 USD per year
    100 free applications / updates
    Unlimited paid applications
    Publishing workflow under scrutiny
    Some “hiccups”
    Already working better
  • 12. And then?
    “Mango” update
    1500 new APIs
    Background agents, Raw camera access, Compass, Local alerts, Sockets, XNA integration, IE9, More cultures, 32 bits graphics, Performance, SQL CE...
    New improved tools
    Profiler, Location simulation, Orientation simulation, Shake simulation, etc
    And then…
    Developer conference, Anaheim, 13-16 Sep 2011
  • 13. More info
    Windows Phone 7 Deep DiveToday, 14:05 – 15:05
    Windows Phone App Hubhttp://create.msdn.com
  • 14. Q&A
    Twitter: @LBugnion
    www.identitymine.com
  • 15. © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.
    The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

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