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Desenvolvendo Apps para Windows phone

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Apresentação sobre desenvolvimento de apps para Windows Phone

Apresentação sobre desenvolvimento de apps para Windows Phone

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  • 1. 1 2 3
  • 2. WVGA 800 x 480 15:9 WXGA 1280 x 768 15:9 720p 1280 x 720 16:9 1080p 1920 x 1080 16:9
  • 3. Windows Phone design principles design principles Windows Phone design principles
  • 4. 1. Toast Notification 2. Tile Notification 3. Raw Notification
  • 5. 1. Request Channel URI 2. The Push Client Service negotiates with the Microsoft Push Notification Service (MPNS), and MPNS returns a notification URI to the Push client service. 3. The Push client service returns the notification URI to your app. 4. Your app can then send the notification URI to your cloud service. 5. When your cloud service has info to send to your app, it uses the notification URI to send a push notification to MPNS. 6. MPNS routes the push notification to your app.
  • 6. You can register your app as a lock screen provider, which enables: • Can select your app as one of the five apps to show quick status (icon and count) • Can select your app as the lock screen background image provider
  • 7. • Launchers are APIs that help a user perform common tasks • Invoke part of the phones’ built-in capabilities to perform tasks such as • New Launchers in Windows Phone 8:
  • 8. • Windows Phone 8 has new Maps controls • Bing Maps control from Windows Phone OS 7.1 is still supported, but deprecated • The new Maps controls use technology supplied by Nokia • New features:
  • 9. • New Location API in the Windows Phone Runtime API set • Windows Phone OS 7.1 .NET Location API still supported • Background location-tracking apps
  • 10. • Windows Phone 8 allows you to enable users to robustly interact with your app using their voice • Two types of voice interaction are new:
  • 11. • LongListSelector • Pivot and Panorama now in ROM • WebBrowser control now based on Internet Explorer 10
  • 12. Build apps with higher and recurring revenue opportunity Customize Add and modify different paid options for different user segments Extend reach Attract a larger user base with free baseline experience Upsell Upsell users to purchase paid digital goods and services that enhance or extend the app experience in the app itself
  • 13. Offer digital assets • Durables: buy once & own forever, e.g. new game levels, maps, game items • Consumables: game currency, movie rentals, access to digital magazines for 6 months, etc.