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Daily Windows 8 Development News 5 April 2012

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by WindowsPhoneGeek Daily Windows 8 Development News 5 April 2012: Build Your Own Windows 8 Metro Apps [Windows 8] Metro Apps for Windows Phone 7.5 Developers(2 of N) [Windows 8] Metro Apps for Windows Phone 7.5 Developers(1 of N) Design case study: Website to Metro style app You can also subscribe to our Windows 8 Dev News feed or follow us on Twitter @winphonegeek . (We list the latest Windows Phone 7 development activities.)

Windows Azure and Cloud Computing Posts for 4/2/2012+

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A compendium of Windows Azure, Service Bus, EAI & EDI Access Control, Connect, SQL Azure Database, and other cloud-computing articles. Preview Edition: See new Windows Azure Security documentation in the Cloud Security and Governance section. Note: This post is updated daily or

Designing Silverlight Business Applications Officially Released

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  In June of 2011 I started the journey of writing a Silverlight book. The Silverlight team was about to release version 5 with an incredible set of new features that would revolutionize how it can be used in the enterprise. I knew there were already a number of books available to use a reference for fundamentals and controls, so I wanted to dig deeper and hit the topics I was challenged with in my job as a consultant as well as those questions that continually seem to surface on blogs and forums. I began with an
introduction that analyzed client technologies available at the time, especially focusing on how HTML5 was evolving but not yet mature. The focus of the book is my “sweet spot” as I have been developing Silverlight applications for the enterprise since it’s version 3 release in 2008. No one could have realized just how much change would take place over the following year. Silverlight 5 was released but without a roadmap for version 6 and Windows 8 was announced. Fortunately it was soon discovered that Windows 8 provides a path to build applications using C# and XAML, has full support...(Read whole news on source site)

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