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Developing an Advanced Windows Phone 7.5 App

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Developing an Advanced Windows Phone 7.5 App
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Publisher: Microsoft
ISBN-13: 9781621140153
Number of pages: 208

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This guide provides an end-to-end walkthrough of how to create an advanced Windows Phone 7.5 app that integrates with remote Windows Azure-based services. The guide can help you understand how to implement individual features for Windows Phone 7.5 and how to use them together to build an app.

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