Couldn’t tell you! Installed it and got the following
I’ve been playing with the idea of writing an currency converter for my new Windows Phone 7. Stumbled across a tweet by Scot Hanselman regarding http://channel9.msdn.com/coding4fun. Turns out someone else beat me to it with the BING “api” (more of a url naming convention really).
So I got a little diverted and write a little app to get stock quotes from google.
Here’s how enjoy…(Using a default ticker of vodafone (.net 4.0)
1) Download and install Windows Phone Developer Tools
2) Select the registration in the start menu
3) Enter your live id (ensure you’re registered at the developer portal to create wp7/xbox apps http://create.msdn.com/en-US/ (remember have your phone connected)
Received my first windows phone today, just had to try an app after finishing work..
Wrote a little app to search the subnet looking for some jboss application servers, works just as well on my phone connected to wifi
Pretty chuffed with myself, the effort over the last number of years learning xaml has really paid off..
it’s helped in
* WF4 Activity designers
* WPF application
* Silverlight web
And now…. Mobile phone apps
Get the windows phone sdk here
In a visual studio 2010 asp page, start typing
You’ll get presented with the following screen.
Choose the Pick URL … option and you’ll be presented with the following screen
I think you’ll figure out the rest