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  • 1. Subodh N Pushpak
  • 2. Windows Phone 7 – A Sneak Preview
  • 3. Current mobile development Problem of Plenty Many hardware platforms / specifications / capabilities Many software platforms / methodologies / tools The development ecosystem -- Who to program for rather than what logic to implement Consistency of developed App across software / hardware versions. Do my app look and behave the same? Clear disconnect between what web developers do, what they’re supposed to be doing, and the tools mobile vendors make available to them. Where to sell / host and make money from my App
  • 4. Mobile Ecosystem Runtime – On “Screen” Tools & Support Tools you use to design & develop Code you write on the client SCREEN CLOUD Cloud Services Developer Portal Services Code you write on the server Tools you use to ship & sell
  • 5. Mobile Ecosystem Tools Runtime – On “Screen” Phone Emulator Sensors Media Data Location Samples Documentation Xbox LIVE Notifications Phone Guides Community .NET Framework managed code sandbox Packaging and Verification Tools SCREEN CLOUD Portal Services Cloud Services Notifications App Deployment Registration Marketplace Validation MO and CC Billing Location Identity Feeds Certification Business Intelligence Maps Social Xbox Live Publishing Update Management Windows Azure
  • 6. Standardized Hardware Foundation Capacitive touch 4 or more contact points 800 WVGA / 480 HVGA Sensors A-GPS, Accelerometer, Compass, Light, Proximity Camera 5 mega pixels or more, flash required, camera button required Multimedia Common detailed specs, Codec acceleration Memory 256MB RAM or more, 8GB Flash or more GPU DirectX 9 acceleration CPU ARMv7 Cortex/Scorpion or better 480 WVGA / 320 HVGA Hardware buttons | Start, Search, Back
  • 7. Software architecture Applications Your App UI and logic Frameworks Silverlight XNA HTML/JavaScript CLR App Model UI Model Cloud Integration Xbox LIVE Bing Location Push notifications Windows Live ID App management Licensing Chamber isolation Software updates Shell frame Session manager Direct3D Compositor Kernel Hardware BSP Security Networking Storage A-GPS Accelerometer Compass Light Proximity Media Wi-Fi Radio Graphics Hardware Foundation
  • 8. Mobile Ecosystem Runtime – On “Screen” Tools & Support Tools you use to design & develop Code you write on the client SCREEN CLOUD Cloud Services Developer Portal Services Code you write on the server Tools you use to ship & sell
  • 9. Mobile Ecosystem Tools Runtime – On “Screen” Phone Emulator Sensors Media Data Location Samples Documentation Xbox LIVE Notifications Phone Guides Community .NET Framework managed code sandbox Packaging and Verification Tools SCREEN CLOUD Portal Services Cloud Services Notifications App Deployment Registration Marketplace Validation MO and CC Billing Location Identity Feeds Certification Business Intelligence Maps Social Xbox Live Publishing Update Management Windows Azure
  • 10. Develop & Debug Submit& Validate Certify & Sign Windows Phone Application Deployment Service Marketplace App deployment
  • 11. Deployment model of WP7 application
  • 12. Write in to
  • 13. Questions & Answers
  • 14. Introduction to WP7 Windows Phone 7 is a mobile operating system and is the successor to Windows Mobile 6.x platform. Windows Phone has a new Metro user interface and seamlessly integrates the operating system with Microsoft's other services including Xbox and Zune. Partners (OEM) include Dell, Garmin-Asus, HTC, HP , LG, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Toshiba and Qualcomm Mobile network operators included AT&T, Deutsche Telekom, Orange, SFR, Sprint, Telecom Italia, Telefónica, Telstra, T-Mobile USA, Verizon Wireless, Vodafone and SingTel.
  • 15. Hardware Chassis The Windows Phone specifications ensure that every Windows Phone has a consistent set of features that customers can rely on. This also provides developers with a base set of features they can build rich and creative applications upon. Each Windows Phone will contain the following hardware elements: WVGA (800 x 480) format display capable of rendering most web content in full-page width and displaying movies in a cinematic aspect ratio. Capacitive 4-point multi-touch screens for quick, simple control of the phone and its features. DirectX 9 hardware acceleration for crisp graphics and exciting audio and video. A standard suite of sensors - A-GPS, accelerometer, compass, light, proximity - for interacting with the phone’s location, orientation, and environment. A digital camera. A common set of hardware controls and buttons that include the Start, Search, and Back buttons. Support for data connectivity using cellular networks and Wi-Fi. 256 MB (or more) of RAM and 8 GB (or more) of flash storage.
  • 16. Software Architecture The Windows Phone Application Platform provides two frameworks for developing applications: The Silverlight framework for event-driven, XAML-based application development that allows developers to develop creative mark-up based user experiences. The XNA Framework for loop-based games that enables immersive and fun gaming and entertainment experiences. Silverlight development on WP7 may be done using existing Microsoft® tools and technologies such as Visual Studio, Expression Blend® and Silverlight®. Developers already familiar with those technologies and their related tools are able to create new applications for Windows Phone without a steep learning curve.