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Figure 16 2. The Saved Photos folder is available once at least one photo has been saved there.
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So far in this chapter, you have built a stand-alone application that uses choosers and parts of the XNA Framework to manage photos snapped with a Windows Phone camera. What s unique about the Windows Phone 7 Framework, however, is that it encourages you to have your application make use of built-in phone applications to perform certain tasks. The Photo application, for example, provides you with hooks you can use to make the functionality of an application like PhotoCapture available to users without having to find it and explicitly launch it. Those hooks are the Extras and the Share commands, which are found on the context menus of each photo where the context menu is displayed when you press the photo for a few seconds. Both features are best explained by actually observing them at work. With the real Windows Phone 7 in hand, click the Pictures hub, select the folder to view the photos from (Camera Roll, for example), and then select a specific photo from the list. Click the ellipsis ( ) at the bottom of the screen. When the context menu appears, you ll see an Extras option displayed at the very bottom. This Extras option is available for you to integrate or tie into. What you will do in the next walkthrough is use it to launch the PhotoCapture application so that you can choose a picture, save it to your TwitPic, and share it with your Twitter friends. The context menu that pops up when you press the picture includes a Share command. The Share option is available when photos are being viewed as a list rather than one at a time. If you click the Share command, you will notice that it offers several ways to share the photo with the world. In the following section, you will learn to build an application that will use TwitPic as a cloud store for the photos on the phone.
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Note Up to this point in the chapter, it has been possible (although a bit quirky) to run code against the Windows Phone 7 emulator. The features discussed in the next two sections are not available on the emulator; to see them in action, you must deploy applications onto the real Windows Phone 7 device.
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The Windows Phone 7 platform is all about providing the best possible phone usage experience to consumers. When consumers look at a photo on the phone, they are using an application known as a Single Photo Viewer (SPV) that provides applications to extend the viewer s functionality via the Extras command of the context menu. In this section, you will further enhance the PhotoCapture application to take advantage of the Extras feature within the Photos application. The PhotoCapture application will be using PhotoChooserTask or CameraCaptureTask to allow the user to select or take a picture once it has been invoked via the Extras feature. To integrate with SPV, an application needs the following: 1. 2. An Extras.xml file in its root directory with markup to the Extras feature Code to properly read and load or manipulate the photo selected in the Extras dialog
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You will implement both of those steps in the next section.
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Adding an Extras.xml file is very straightforward; the only potential difficulty may be in the fact that the content of that file has to be precise. Make sure you either copy and paste this content from the source code available with this book, or type it in very carefully. 1. 2. Right-click the project name, select Add New Item, and then select XML file. Make sure (this is important!) you name it Extras.xml. Double-click the Extras.xml file to open it. Paste the following contents inside that file, which will enable the Windows Phone 7 framework to locate those applications ready to implement the Extras functionality.
<Extras> <PhotosExtrasApplication> <Enabled>true</Enabled> </PhotosExtrasApplication> </Extras> 3. The contents of the file are not very important; however, in the Properties window, make sure to set the Build Action property to Content and the Copy To Output property to Copy Always for the this file (click the file and press F4 to bring up the Properties dialog).
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