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Figure 2 13. Windows Phone 7 application list
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Either Visual Studio or Microsoft Expression Blend 4 can be used to design XAML-based Silverlight interfaces. Microsoft Expression Blend 4 provides tools for the graphical manipulations, and animations for creating more complex controls than Visual Studio. You will look at the basics of Blend and how Blend makes it easy to style controls. 1. Open Microsoft Expression Blend 4, and select Windows Start All Programs Microsoft Expression Blend Microsoft Expression Blend 4 for Windows Phone, as shown in Figure 2 14.
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Figure 2 14. Microsoft Expression Blend 4 2. 3. Click Close when you are prompted with the project type selector. In Blend 4, go to File Open Project/Solution. Browse to the HelloWorld solution you created in the previous steps, as shown in Figure 2 15.
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Figure 2 15. Opening an existing project in Blend 4 4. When the project opens, click the TextBox. Notice that in the Properties window you will see various properties that can be changed. If you do not see the Properties window, open it by going to Window Properties, as shown in Figure 2 16.
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Figure 2 16. Properties window in Blend 4 when the control is selected 5. In the Properties window s Brushes category, select Background choose Gradient brush. Notice that the color editor now has ability to set the gradient color of the TextBox s background color. Choose the first gradient color of blue at 21% and second color of yellow at 64%, as shown in Figure 2 17.
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Figure 2 17. Applying gradient background to TextBox in Blend 4 7. 8. Go to Project Run Project. When Change Device Selection window shows, choose Windows Phone 7 Emulator, as shown in Figure 2 18.
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Figure 2 18. Change Device Selection window in Blend 4 9. Click OK and the HelloWorld application will start, as shown in Figure 2 19.
Figure 2 19. HelloWorld after stylized in Blend 4
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Summary
In this chapter, you learned how to set up your Windows Phone development environment. You built a simple Windows Phone 7 application using Visual Studio 2010, interacted with the phone emulator, and then used Microsoft Expression Blend to style the application. In the next chapter, you will learn to build an application that can interact with Microsoft SQL Azure in order to store the data.
CHAPTER 3
Using Cloud Services As Data Stores
Today we hear lots of buzz on cloud computing technology, and it is definitely exciting technology that you should tune into, because the cloud truly empowers you as the developer to focus on building an application and off-loading the infrastructure needs to the cloud. Suppose you have developed an application where businesses can take a picture of invoices and track the money spent like QuickBooks. In Windows Phone, you can easily use the isolated storage covered in 13. The problem with isolated storage is that the storage space is tied to the phone, and it can differ from manufacturer to manufacturer, and, most importantly, many users will store music, videos, and documents, which can quickly consume the storage space on the phone. A good solution would be to save the invoices information on the database, and to do this, you would need a web service that will interact with the database so that the phone can save the invoices, as shown in Figure 3 1. Web Service
SQL Database
Figure 3 1. Common 3 tier architecture In order to deploy the solution depicted in Figure 3 1, you need to solve a number of problems. First, you need to consider what type and how many servers to buy to host the web service and database. Once you do, you ll have to purchase and maintain them yourself, or pay a hosting service to do the job for you. But this doesn t solve the problem of what you will do to scale up your application if it becomes so popular that millions of consumers want to download and use it, or if you experience periodic surges in use at, say, the end of each month. Finally, how will you provide for disaster recovery and backup of the database to ensure your service does not go down and disappoint users To plan ahead for the huge number of users your application might attract, a more robust architecture must be considered. One example is shown in Figure 3 2, where the load balancer can help accommodate massive concurrent calls to the service and take care of the scenario where if any of the service goes down, the load balancer will automatically point the request to available service. On the database side, you have to provide both an active and a passive database in case the main database the active one goes down and a switch to the currently passive database becomes necessary. Then you
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