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Debug a Windows Phone application invoked from a secondary tile

Adding a secondary tile that ‘deep links’ into your application is a trivial task and can be done in just a few lines of code… private void button1_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e){ ShellTile tile = ShellTile.ActiveTiles.FirstOrDefault(x => x.NavigationUri.ToString() == "/Page2.xaml"); if (tile == null) { StandardTileData secondaryTile = new StandardTileData { Title = "My app", BackgroundImage...

posted @ Thursday, November 24, 2011 10:26 AM | Feedback (10)

Using Local Database in WP7-Mango

If you’re a  Windows Phone 7  developer you’ll probably know that with ‘Mango’ it is now possible to persist data using a local database based on SQL Server CE  whose data files are stored inside isolated storage, this is a quick overview of how to save and load data on a Windows Phone 7.1 application. First of all, if you, like me, gave Linq2Sql a change when it came out you’ll probably happy to know that your investment has gone totally lost from Entity Framework advent since all database interaction is based on  Linq2Sql. In...

posted @ Sunday, June 5, 2011 6:34 PM | Feedback (2)

SystemTray in WP7-Mango

Jaime Rodriguez in this post describes some new features of the SystemTray class in upcoming WP7 Mango release, I won’t repeat them since Jaime’s post is quite explanatory, I’ve instead investigated more the “Progress” feature mentioned on that post. Here’s how I’ve configured my SystemTray on MainPage.xaml: <phone:PhoneApplicationPage x:Class="SystemTrayBackground.MainPage" xmlns="" ...

posted @ Saturday, June 4, 2011 9:45 AM | Feedback (0)