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Why blend is for developers ?

Why blend is for developers ?

During the TechDays 2012 conference, I have seen a course about “Blend for designers” from Michel Rousseau. It is now time to go on through this way: Blend is also for ergonomic specialist. Blend is also for developers. How many times I have seen people saying : “I am a developer so I develop the application and give it to the designer” : Without an ergonomic study before, you might create an application inside out, upside down and back-to-front… “I am…

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Single web service for multiple devices (IPhone, Windows Phone, Silverlight, Windows 8)

Single web service for multiple devices (IPhone, Windows Phone, Silverlight, Windows 8)

At Devoteam Luxembourg, our goal was to develop a cross platform application. We have developed a set of application based on a single « web services server ». An IPhone, IPad, Android version with Sencha Touch A Windows Phone 7 native version A Silverlight version A Windows 8 based on winRT version This article will only talk about consuming web services on this 4 versions.  We add some constraints like activating HTTPS for enhancing security, taking care of enhancing speed for mobile…

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Windows Phone 7 Coding Dojo

Windows Phone 7 Coding Dojo

Here is a video showing how to create a simple but useful Windows Phone 7 application. This application allow Devoteam Luxembourg’s consultant to add and follow their time off requests. This application use web services based on Object Client for SharePoint. We will only see the Blend 4 part and the Visual Studio for windows phone development. I only use MVVM Light (as usual :p) as external framework. I have already done the link between the « enum application state » and…

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NuGet, the director’s baton for Visual Studio

NuGet, the director’s baton for Visual Studio

I’am actually a .Net developer but « developer » is a stretch of language… We are now integrators as well as developers ! Microsoft feels the difference many times ago and add a new step between integrators and developers. It’s called NuGet. I was creating a new Windows Phone application and, in my disturbed mind, i was wondering if i could create a universal « Windows Phone 7 development starter kit ». Well … After bringing me down to earth, i only installed NuGet. What is NuGet…

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