New Windows Phone Labs
New Windows Phone Labs
Saturday, 18 September 2010

Microsoft has added five new labs to its Windows Phone 7 Training Kit - and all for free.



Microsoft has updated its Windows Phone Training Kit for Developers. With five new labs, the Kit now has a total of 12 labs which can be downloaded in three customised modules:

As usual, you can go to the online version on Channel 9.



The five new labs are:

  • Using Silverlight Map Control and Bing Services
  • Building Silverlight Applications Using Panorama and Pivot Controls
  • Catapult Wars - A 2D Physics Game
  • Using Choosers and Handling Tombstone in XNA Framework Games
  • 3D Game Development with XNA Framework

 All of the labs have been updated to support the RTM tools.

Before you try the lab on the Panorama control a better starting point is our tutorial:

Windows Phone 7 - using the Panorama control

It explains how it all works so that the lab will make better sense..

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Further Reading

Windows Phone 7 - using the Panorama control

Windows Phone 7 - Snakes on a Phone Part 1

Windows Phone 7 Go Faster resources

Getting started with Windows Phone 7

Free Windows Phone 7 video training from Microsoft

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Windows 7 Phone - developer tools in beta


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