Am Do. den 1.12.2011 veranstaltet der Studiengang für Mobile Computing der FH OÖ in Hagenberg einen Vortrag zum Thema „Application Development for Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango)“.
Vortragender ist Ben Riga (Microsoft/Redmond) seines Zeichens Senior Technical Evangelist für Windows Phone.
Datum: Donnerstag, 1. Dezember 2011
Zeit: 17:00 - 20:00 Uhr
Ort: Audimax, FH OÖ Campus Hagenberg, Gebäude FH 2
Im Anschluss an die Veranstaltung lädt Microsoft zu einem Buffet.
1. Introduction to Windows Phone 7.5 Development - Part 1 (55 min):
Developers on the Windows Phone platform build compelling, connected experiences that enhance the phone and integrate tightly with the end-user experience. In this session, we'll provide an overview of the Windows Phone device and some important new features that come with the new release. We'll review how with Visual Studio you get all the tools you need to get your app to market fast. We'll cover the basic tools for building Windows Phone apps including creating, editing, compiling, profiling and debugging. We'll also cover deploying to physical devices and to the emulator for testing.
2. Introduction to Windows Phone 7.5 Development - Part 2 (55 min):
With Windows Phone 7.5 comes the ability for users to switch quickly between running applications. This dramatically enhances the end-user experience and will be expected by end-users. In this session, you'll learn how fast app switching works and how to prepare your application for this new functionality. Finally, we'll cover how to incorporate some important new features like Live Tiles, background tasks, file transfers and audio.
3. Building Games for Windows Phone 7.5 (55 min):
In this session we review the game development model for Windows Phone 7.5 using the XNA Framework. We cover the game loop, content pipeline, as well as how to render game content to the screen. In addition, attend this session to learn how to render both XNA Framework and Silverlight content together in an application or game.
Ben Riga is Senior Technical Evangelist for Windows Phone in Microsoft's Developer and Platform Evangelism (DPE) group. In this role he runs around demonstrating the compelling technical and business value of the Windows Phone platform and how partners benefit when publishing apps to the Windows Phone marketplace. Ben also supports the Microsoft field by engaging in key projects and recruiting target customers and partners.