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First steps with Caliburn Micro in Windows Phone 8 – The Application Bar

The Application Bar is the joy and the pain of every Windows Phone developer that starts to use the Model-View-ViewModel pattern to develop his applications. Sooner or later you’ll have to face this problem: the Application Bar is a special … Continue reading

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How to save a picture captured with the new camera’s API in the camera roll in Windows Phone 8

Windows Phone 8 has introduced new APIs to interact with the native camera and to take pictures and record videos. These APIs are much more powerful than the ones that are available in Windows Phone 7: you have full control … Continue reading

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A lap around Windows Phone 8 SDK: file association – Part 1

One of the biggest limitations for Windows Phone developers was the impossibility to share data between applications. This wasn’t limited to third party apps, but also file types that are supported by native applications (just think about Office files) couldn’t … Continue reading

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