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Knowing what s included in the Microsoft Windows Phone hardware specifications will help you prepare for the special needs of projects you d like to attempt. Table 1 1 lists the minimum hardware requirements any Windows Phone manufacturer must meet, and also includes suggestions as to how they can impact developers like you.
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Table 1 1. Windows Phone Minimum Hardware Requirements
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Having to worry about only one single screen resolution makes it easy to develop an application. This is unique to the Windows Phone, and you can use this feature to create four-player games. There is definitely room for innovation for using this particular feature. This means the phone will have a graphical processing unit allowing graphically intense tasks in the application to be offloaded to the graphics chips of the phone. This will help you create very smooth and responsive applications and games. This also means 3D games are possible as well. You will be able to create location-aware applications. See 14 to learn about location services and learn to use Bing Maps and plot GPS data on the map. This feature will measure the change of the acceleration in the phone. The accelerometer can be used in games or in creating utility applications, like a level. See 6 to learn more about this feature. Detect north, south, east, and west. Can be used for flashlight for the camera. For taking a picture and sharing it on Facebook and other social networking sites. Learn more about this feature in 16. Every phone will have three buttons on the front of the phone. Keep in mind that you will be required to use back buttons for going backward in your application, otherwise having separate back buttons in the application can confuse the user. Learn more about integration with the hardware buttons to the application lifecycle in 10. This feature allows you to connect to the Internet. You can create web services and consume them from your applications, or you can consume third-party APIs like Twitter or Facebook in your application. Keep in mind that your application can use only 90MB of memory unless the device has more memory than 256. If your application does not respect this, the application will fail the certification process at the Marketplace. See 5 for more details. Also 8GB of flash memory used for storage is shared among other applications, so if you are saving any kind of static data into the Isolated Storage, you must check for the space available and handle the exception appropriately. See more details on this in 13.
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At the time this book was written in United States, AT&T had announced it would carry Samsung s Focus, LG s Quantum, and HTC s SurroundTM. And T-Mobile had announced it would carry HTC s HD7. For those who have other cell phone providers, Dell said it planned to ship its Venue Pro. You can find more information on the release of these phones at www.microsoft.com/windowsphone/enus/buy/7/phones.aspx. In the next section, you will learn how the software behind these great consumer phones also provides a great development platform for developers.
Windows Phone Application Platform
Microsoft did not invent any new languages or frameworks for the Windows Phone application platform. The company simply adapted its existing frameworks. This means that you will be able to program using C# (VB is not supported at the time this book was written) with .NET Framework. What .NET provides is a common base class library that every Microsoft .NET programmer will be familiar with, including support for multithreading, XML, Linq, collections, events, data, exceptions, IO, service model, networking, text, location, reflection, globalization, resources, runtime, security, and diagnostics. On top of core .NET Framework, the Windows Phone application platform consists of two major frameworks: Silverlight and XNA. You ll use Silverlight primarily for business applications and simple 2D games. Silverlight uses the Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML) that is declarative markup language for creating compelling UI. The designers will have tremendous flexibility in creating UI for Windows Phone using familiar tools like Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and Microsoft Expression Design to create vector-based UI that can be easily exported to XAML. XNA is primarily used for creating games, and the framework comes with a game engine that allows you to create loop-based games and also provides a 3D engine, allowing you to create 3D games. In the following sections, you will learn more in detail about the main components of the Windows Phone application platform: Silverlight, XNA, tools, and cloud services.
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