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Windows 8 Mobile Development using Emulator


Basics of OS, C /C++ programming Knowledge, Object oriented Concepts, Realtime OS


• 25-30 Hours ( MON-FRI 15hrs SAT-SUN 12hrs)

Instruction Required:

Visual Studio with all the Driver Development Kits (will be given before program)

Program Outline:

Windows Phone 8 Development training course is aimed at existing Windows Phone and mobile application developers who need to understand the new Windows Phone 8 platform. It incorporates the new Silverlight technology along with XAML programming to provide a smooth and rich GUI interaction with the new Windows tile interface. Platform APIs, Tasks and Chooser are also covered. The course introduces advanced Windows phone 8 features such as network communication, proximity sensors, Bluetooth, speech, maps and Wallet support. The seamless enterprise integration of Windows Phone 8 with desktops is also presented.

Course Contents

Introduction to Windows Phone 8 Development Introduction to Silverlight and XAML Designing the User Interface and User Experience
Windows Phone 8 Platform Application Life-cycle Using presentation patterns that use view models, MVVM
Windows Phone 8 Development Tools Application user interfa e design Design Windows PHone 8 Control Usage
Downloading and installing the tools Visual events and direct manipulation Using controls as usage as described in UI Design and Interaction Guide
Windows Phone 8 SDK Overview Frames and page structured Using PanoramaControl and PivotControl; choosing when to use the Panorama Control and PivotControl;UsingApplicationBar
Running and Debugging the App System tray and navigation
Using Notifications Working with Platform APIs, Tasks, and Chooser Data Access and Storage
Implementing push notifications in the application. Design and implement sensor interaction Send and receive data.
Notifying user of application’s state/status (tile, toast, RAW); respond to notifications; registration for notifications using sensors are appropriate for your application; design location awareness (when to use different levels of GeopositionAccuracy). Consuming data from web services
Plan for and implement push notifications on the server. Location awareness system setting Data storage : persistent, transient data, isolated storage, isolated storage, cloud-based storage
Using toast, tile, and raw Implementing the use of Tasks and Choosers Handling bandwidth limitations and limited network connectivity/ disconnected scenarios
Create and update live tiles.
Advanced Features for Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Store and Enterprise Integration
Network Communication The Windows Phone Store
Proximity Sensors and Bluetooth Enterprise Applications in Windows Phone 8: Architecture and Publishing
Speech Input Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 Cross Platform Development
Maps and Location Mobile Web
Wallet Support
In-App Purchasing