Description - Windows Phone 8 in Action by Timothy Binkley-Jones
DESCRIPTION Windows Phone 8 represents a major shift in Microsoft's mobile operating system strategy and in the way mobile applications are conceived, developed, and sold. Windows Phone 8 in Action covers the Windows Phone Runtime and .NET APIs used to work with a phone's sensors and hardware - the accelerometer, camera, gyroscope, GPS, and microphone. Readers will learn to write code to dial the phone, write emails, send text messages and recognize speech. They also learn how to create games and mobile applications using Visual Studio and Windows Phone SDK. RETAIL SELLING POINTS Teaches how to create, design, and sell appsFast-paced intro to Windows Phone 8Full coverage of Windows SDK AUDIENCE This book is written primarily for developers who have some experience working with C# and XAML-though a quick primer for XAML is provided. ABOUT THE TECHNOLOGY XAML allows great visual effects to be combined with the simplicity of the C# language. XAML for Windows Phone has been enriched with navigation services and a new execution model to better satisfy mobile requirements.
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Author Biography - Timothy Binkley-Jones
AUTHOR BIO Tim Binkley-Jones is a staff engineer in the Enterprise Management group of VMware, Inc. Tim has been developing commercial IT management applications for 17 years using everything from C++ and MFC to C#, Windows Forms and ASP.NET. He has been working with XAML since the early releases of WPF and Silverlight. Massimo Perga is a software developer in the Windows Phone division of Microsoft. Before joining Microsoft, he has worked as a developer in the mobile division of Motorola and in a robotics manufacturing company, Comau. In total, he has 7 years of development experience in mobile technologies on different development frameworks and operating systems. Michael Sync has been working in Software industry for more than 8 years. Currently, He is associated with Memolife as a Solution Architect for building Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 applications. He is Silverlight MVP and a member of Silverlight/WPF Insider team. Adam Benoit is a Quality Assurance Analyst at Web.com eCommerce and an independent Windows Phone developer with more than a dozen apps in the Windows Phone Store. Having started his development career writing PHP scripts, he has since moved on to C# as his language of choice with Windows Phone being the target platform.