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Developing a Windows Phone Application from Start to Finish

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Developing a Windows Phone Application from Start to Finish

Publisher: Microsoft
Number of pages: 427

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This documentation and accompanying sample application will get you started building a complete application that targets Windows Phone OS 7.1. You will learn the basics of Silverlight and Windows Phone development by creating a simple fuel-tracking application for your car.

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