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This code sample can help to develop Microsoft® Surface® applications that can send content to Bluetooth equipped mobile devices that utilize the Object Exchange Protocol (OBEX) – without the need ...
This code sample can help to develop Microsoft® Surface® applications that can send content to Bluetooth equipped mobile devices that utilize the Object Exchange Protocol (OBEX) – without the need for a client-side application. The sample demonstrates sharing pictures, contacts and ringtones to a Bluetooth enabled mobile phone; but the possibilities are endless. Use this sample to enhance assisted sales, gaming, education, and communication scenarios. This code sample is designed for use with the Microsoft Surface 1.0 SP1 SDK and makes use of the .NET Bluetooth library binary file available from http://32feet.net/default.aspx – it is provided "as-is" and is not supported. The Microsoft Surface 1.0 SP1 SDK is available to develop solutions for the Microsoft Surface 1.0 and can be downloaded from [url:http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=3db8987b-47c8-46ca-aafb-9c3b36f43bcc|http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=3db8987b-47c8-46ca-aafb-9c3b36f43bcc] Video of the code sample is available here: [url:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gW7j32tqYA|http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gW7j32tqYA]
Downloads: 0 | Started: May 28 2010  | Contributors: 1
Learn how to build applications and plug-ins that interoperate with data from OneNote 2007 and 2010 using the OneNote Object Model library freely available on CodePlex. Andy Gray demonstrates how e...
Learn how to build applications and plug-ins that interoperate with data from OneNote 2007 and 2010 using the OneNote Object Model library freely available on CodePlex. Andy Gray demonstrates how easy it is to integrate information from OneNote notebooks, sections and pages into smart client and Web apps.
Popular tags: Visual Studio, VSTO, Windows phone, Open XML, July issue, 2010, silverlight
Downloads: 0 | Started: Jun 29 2010  | Contributors: 2
Multi-touch has progressed from being a futuristic prop of sci-fi films to a mainstream means of user interface. We’ll show you how support for multi-touch in Windows 7 has filtered down and settle...
Multi-touch has progressed from being a futuristic prop of sci-fi films to a mainstream means of user interface. We’ll show you how support for multi-touch in Windows 7 has filtered down and settled into various areas of the .NET Framework.
Popular tags: 2010, August issue, multi-touch, SharePoint, Windows phone, WPF
Downloads: 0 | Started: Jul 30 2010  | Contributors: 2
mag201008UF
Jul 30 2010
Charles is intrigued by the Windows Phone 7 touch controls and tries to duplicate them in Windows Presentation Foundation, finding out that good multi-touch coding is a lot harder than it seems.
Charles is intrigued by the Windows Phone 7 touch controls and tries to duplicate them in Windows Presentation Foundation, finding out that good multi-touch coding is a lot harder than it seems.
Popular tags: Windows phone, November Issue, MSDN Magazine, 2010
Downloads: 0 | Started: Oct 21 2010  | Contributors: 1
mag201011UIFrontiers
Oct 21 2010
The versatile, touch-enabled Thumb control is supported by Silverlight on both the Web and Windows Phone 7. We’’ll show you how to create a shared-code project for both platforms that uses Thumb fo...
The versatile, touch-enabled Thumb control is supported by Silverlight on both the Web and Windows Phone 7. We’’ll show you how to create a shared-code project for both platforms that uses Thumb for both mouse and multi-touch input.
Popular tags: 2010, December issue, MSDN Magazine, multi-touch, Windows phone, silverlight
Downloads: 0 | Started: Dec 1 2010  | Contributors: 2
Charles this month serves up an introduction to XNA programming for Windows Presentation Foundation and Silverlight coders as he shows you how to build a color scroll control for Windows Phone 7.
Charles this month serves up an introduction to XNA programming for Windows Presentation Foundation and Silverlight coders as he shows you how to build a color scroll control for Windows Phone 7.
Popular tags: January issue, Windows phone, XNA, MSDN Magazine, .NET, Games, 2011
Downloads: 0 | Started: Jan 4 2011  | Contributors: 2
Stripping down the UI to essentials is important when programming for a smartphone. We'll see just how stripped down an app can get while still being useful, and we'll explore the sound recording A...
Stripping down the UI to essentials is important when programming for a smartphone. We'll see just how stripped down an app can get while still being useful, and we'll explore the sound recording APIs in Windows Phone 7 along the way.
Popular tags: 2011, February issue, Games, MSDN Magazine, XNA, Windows phone
Downloads: 0 | Started: Jan 24 2011  | Contributors: 2
mag201102UIFrontiers
Jan 24 2011
In the first installment of our new monthly column focusing on Windows Phone 7 development, we present the basics of the page navigation model, best practices to get the most out of the current API...
In the first installment of our new monthly column focusing on Windows Phone 7 development, we present the basics of the page navigation model, best practices to get the most out of the current APIs and some actionable, easy-to-follow recipes to create complex navigations not implemented with those APIs.
Popular tags: Windows phone, March Issue, MSDN Magazine, 2011
Downloads: 0 | Started: Mar 3 2011  | Contributors: 2
mag201103Mobile
Mar 2 2011
The pattern created by the interaction of two sine waves is a Lissajous curve – you've probably seen one on an oscilloscope. We'll show you how to make one in Silverlight for the Web or Windows Pho...
The pattern created by the interaction of two sine waves is a Lissajous curve – you've probably seen one on an oscilloscope. We'll show you how to make one in Silverlight for the Web or Windows Phone 7.
Popular tags: 2011, MSDN Magazine, graphics, April Issue, Windows phone, silverlight
Downloads: 0 | Started: Apr 1 2011  | Contributors: 2
Following up on last month’s examination of basic Windows Phone navigation techniques, we now present step-by-step instructions for more advanced scenarios.
Following up on last month’s examination of basic Windows Phone navigation techniques, we now present step-by-step instructions for more advanced scenarios.
Popular tags: Windows phone, April Issue, MSDN Magazine, MSDN, 2011
Downloads: 0 | Started: Apr 1 2011  | Contributors: 2
mag201103Mobile
Apr 1 2011
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