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CHAPTER 5 PACKAGING, PUBLISHING, AND MANAGING APPLICATIONS
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There will be coding requirements that your application will be subjected to. Following list described those requirements Application must use documented APIs only found at http://msdn.microsoft.com/enus/library/ff626516(VS.92).aspx. 1. 2. 3. 4. PInvoker and COM interoperability is not allowed. Application must be compiled in release mode. Windows Phone assemblies cannot be redistributed. When using a method from System.Windows.Controls APIs in Microsoft.Xna.Framework.Game or Microsoft.Xna.Framework.Graphics cannot be called.
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When the user purchases the application from the Windows Phone Marketplace the marketplace will display what phone features the application will be using. This is done through by submission of the application manifest file for Windows Phone (http://msdn.microsoft.com/enus/library/ff769509(VS.92).aspx). The phone features added to application manifest is typically added and removed automatically by Visual Studio so this is not something you would normally be concerned with. But you must be aware to make sure during your packaging process to check to make sure the features listed in the application manifest are something that you are using in your application and correctly represented.
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Supported languages are English, French, Italian, German and Spanish. Depends on where you are submitting your application you must properly localize your application for at least one of the supported languages.
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Your application must be submitted with the images and screenshots that will be displayed to the user in the Windows Phone Marketplace. Microsoft recommends that you use 262 DPI. Required small mobile application tile 99 x 99 (PNG) and large mobile application tile 173 x 173 (PNG). 1. 2. 3. Required large PC application tile 200 x 200 (PNG). Optional background art 1000 x 800 (PNG). Required screenshot 400 x 800 (PNG).
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Once the application is submitted for the certification process it will be tested against series of certification requirements. Following sections will summarize those requirements.
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Application Reliability
This section will deal with certification requirements that deal with application reliability. Application must run on all Windows Phone 7 devices. 1. 2. Application must handle all raised exception and must not crash the application unexpectedly. Application must not hang and become unresponsive to the user input. If the application is processing time consuming process the visual element must provide progress bar with ability to cancel the progress.
Performance and Resource Management
This section will describe requirements that deal with performance and resource management issue of the application. Application must launch first screen within 5 seconds after the application is launched. 5 second rule also applies even after the application is closed or deactivated and then restarted. 1. Application must respond to the user input in 20 seconds after launch. 20 second rule also applies even after the application is closed or deactivated and then restarted. When Windows Phone Back button is pressed from first screen will exit the application. If the Back button is pressed from other then the first screen it must return to the previous page. In games if the Back button is pressed it should pause the game with context menu displayed and if the Back button is pressed again it will exit the pause. Application cannot use more than 90MB of RAM. If the device has more than 256 MB the application can use more than 90 MB.
Phone Functionality
The application cannot prevent the use of phone s functionalities or hang when making a call, answering incoming call, ending a call, sending and receiving SMS or MMS messages.
Security
The application must not contain any virus and malware. Application must implement type-safe code as described in unsafe code and pointers (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ t2yzs44b(v=VS.80).aspx). And finally the application must not run security critical code as described in security changes in the .Net Framework 4 (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ dd233103(v=VS.100).aspx). Security is covered in greater detail in 19.
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