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Windows Phone 8 Development Internals
 
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Windows Phone 8 Development Internals [Format Kindle]

Andrew Whitechapel , Sean McKenna

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Build and optimize Windows Phone 8 apps for performance and security

Drill into Windows Phone 8 design and architecture, and learn best practices for building phone apps for consumers and the enterprise. Written by two senior members of the core Windows Phone Developer Platform team, this hands-on book gets you up to speed on the Windows 8 core features and application model, and shows you how to build apps with managed code in C# and native code in C++. You’ll also learn how to incorporate Windows Phone 8 features such as speech, the Wallet, and in-app purchase.

Discover how to:

  • Create UIs with unique layouts, controls, and gesture support
  • Manage databinding with the Model View ViewModel pattern
  • Build apps that target Windows Phone 8 and Windows Phone 7
  • Use built-in sensors, including the accelerometer and camera
  • Consume web services and connect to social media apps
  • Share code across Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 apps
  • Build and deploy company hub apps for the enterprise
  • Start developing games using Direct3D
  • Test your app and submit it to the Windows Phone Store

Biographie de l'auteur

Andrew Whitechapel is a senior program manager for the Windows Phone Application Platform team, performing scoping and design for the application platform (both native and managed). He has written several books, including Windows Phone 7 Development Internals. Sean McKenna is a Senior Program Manager on the Windows Phone Developer Platform team. He has been responsible for a number of key features, including local database support and app-to-app communication.


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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A highly recommended read ! 13 août 2013
Par Neeraj Agrawal - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Wow, a very thorough book for windows phone developers! I liked the overall style and presentation of the book. If you are just starting off with windows phone development and have a good background in C# & XAML then the book will prove a valuable asset in your quest to become an app developer. As this book cover the internal of windows phone development, prior knowledge of a .NET language and XAML is highly recommended. The book starts off with a background on the architecture and vision of windows phone. This information is very important as this will be the founding stone in your journey. It then deals with the app model, navigation, UI design, web connection and how to retrieve and play around with the device and its media services etc. These are very interesting chapters which help you familiarize yourself with the landscape of app development.

There is a separate part in the book that discusses the migration from windows phone 7 to 8. It is very helpful for existing programs that need migration to the new OS. The same section also discusses how to create/work with live tiles, retrieve and work around the calendar/photos/maps etc. I enjoyed working with tiles/notification as this has been a differentiating area for windows from other mobile platforms.

Part 3 of the books is all about new features of windows phone 8. It teaches how to make use of the wallet feature as well as how to work around speech functionality of the phone. It explains in detail how app developers can make money by using the AdControl. Afterall, the very purpose of app development is to make some pocket change. You can learn to create apps for your company, if your company allows to do so.

The last part of the books is for die-hard fans of doing native (unmanaged) development using C++ and pointers.
I wished they have more in-depth coverage of games development as this is one area I'd like to explore more. Maybe the next edition will take care of this.
Overall, this is a book that dives down deep into the internals of win phone 8 development with a no-nonsense approach. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it and will repeat as many times during my dev endeavors.

I give this book a two-thumbs up and a 5 star rating. And for sure, I will recommend the book to my fellow developers. Buy it and reap the benefit from its vast treasure of knowledge.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Good Windows Phone 8 learning book (not 8.1) 26 juillet 2014
Par R. Andersen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Of all the Win Phone 8 books I checked out, this the one book I purchased and it has been a valuable resource for my getting up to speed on writing windows phone 8 apps. I purchased the kindle version and kept it by my side while writing my first app.

Pros: The author does a great job of explaining the concepts and seems to have a good understanding of windows phone 8 sdk.

Cons: Most of the sample code is what I would call bare minimum to get the authors point across. Meaning, to write a good and fully functioning app according to MS guidelines there is much for research you need to do on the windows phone sdk and sample web sites. I feel, for the price of the book, the author could have created more in depth sample with detailed explanations. For example, hid Background Audio Player sample use static audio files and does not explain how to setup and use a playlist or to change media files in a play, or how to effectively communicate with the background audio agent.. In writing my own Background Audio Agent, I spent weeks researching other web sites and sample trying to come up with a clean way to handle BAP and APP communication.

However, I am looking forward to an 8.1 update or revision of this book. I hope Andrew considers writing an update with explanation and sample for ALL the new 8.1 SDK code.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book 9 avril 2014
Par Timo - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've really enjoyed this book. It gives a clear picture of architecture and explains possibilities and limitations in detail. It has been valuable resource during the last WP8 project.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Disorganized disaster. 13 janvier 2014
Par Jaewoo Kim - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Tell me. Why do authors splatter their code all over the book and expect the reader to organize them?

For a reader trying to decipher and learn, that is a lot of needless work.

In this book, the author inexplicably combines his code samples (for example programs) with his example code (to reiterate his coding points). So the reader is left trying to put together various pieces of code which are code samples vs example code. Trust me, separating them is not easy, even if you understand C# fairly well.

To me, I spent far more time trying to organize the code than trying to learn them. What a waste of time that was.

To the author(s), please do the readers a favor and put all your codes in one continuous format. So provide the XAML and the Silverlight code in one continuous and coherent format. And please do separate your code samples that reiterates coding points into a totally separate format. That way, the reader is never left guessing whether the code you provide are code samples or example code.

Pros:
1)Author does seem to have good expertise on Windows Phone 8.

Cons:
1)Disorganized mishmash of code samples (for sample programs) and example code (codes that reiterates author's points). The reader is often left guessing which one is which.
2)Needs to provide more sample programs (in organized fashion).
3 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very good book on Windows phone 8 25 octobre 2013
Par HoHo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
This is an excellent book on Windows Phone 8. Out of all the books out there (there are not that many) for WP8, this is the best one. If you need to get 1 book only, this is the one.
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