You can't yet. Expect there to be an SDK rollout later in the summer for WP8. WinRT is currently available to develop for; just download and install the RC versions of W8 and VS2012 (but be aware that there may still be some changes before W8 goes live).
*pre-emptive celebratory nipple tassle jiggle* - Sean Ewington
The story of the 3 Bears (cellphones...)
Big Bear Phone - (iPhone) - thinks it's the bees knees, may very well be the bees knees but expensive
Mama Bear Phone - (WP7,WP8) - too all over the show
Baby Bear Phone (Android) - a flavor to suite basically any need, highly customizable, good quality phone and can be bought with just about any size budget...
even if it's possible, according to news i read, upgrading windows phone 7.5 to 8 is not possible. For example, the great Nokia Lumia.
I heard that this smartphone will be obsolete in less than 1 year since launched.
Buying this smartphone will end in tears.
The only help I can give is you need to provide more information. Are you talking about Windows Mobile 6?
What operating system/language etc?
Show the code that is failing.
Is this on a real device or an emulator?
Information like that are going to help get answers.
i'm c# and vb.net programmer using visual studio 2010 and microsoft sql server. at the first time, i'm interested in developing windows phone 7.5 application and games, i've downloaded and attached the SDK in my visual studio. however, i heard an issue that Windows Phone 8 will launch soon, looks like i'd better wait until it launched.
nah, while waiting for this new OS, i'm planning to write blackberry application for BB OS 5-7.
is this a good plan or what?
i'm really confuse.
sorry for long story, but i really really love to learn about mobile programming.
You are right to an extent . The reason I am saying this is because BB customers are of upper middle class and are ready to pay for good service. If your target is to generate revenue then BB is still the best bet. Rest depends upon your idea. For Android and iOS they are the future specially Android.
All the best mate.
If you feed fish to a man you serve him for one day. BUt if you teach him to fish you serve him for his lifetime.
thank you for the reply,
actually i develop application not 100% for income.
i have two smartphone here, iPhone 4 and Blackberry 9790.
and a notebook using windows 7.
i don't have android smartphone and macbook.
that's why i choose blackberry first.
but i still don't get what SDK should i use.
I need one help from you guys, the this is , i have developed one mobile compatible website which is run by mobile only. The same corresponding website also have in the desktop website.For Example when i type my website url in destop browser, that time it will open my desktop website,and second thing the same url which i type in my mobile it will open my mobile website ,the thing is i have two website for the same corresponding url one is desktop website and anothar one is mobile website but url is same.My question is my mobile website i put one option like "VIEW IN : MOBILE / GO TO FULL WEBSITE" So when i click the option "GO TO FULL WEBSITE" . I want open full website but its not done, If any one of known this please guide me how can i access my desktop website from mobile website.
I'd like to develop an offline mobile application that runs on all major smartphone (Android, iPhone, Windows etc.). I understand that each smartphone uses their own language (Objective-C, Java, .Net).
Is there a way to code ONCE, then use the same code for all smartphones? If not all, at least the business-logic part of the code?
The issue is not so much the language that is used but the OS on the phone. Even if you could use a single language you still need to compile them into the correct object code for the different phones.
I'm android developer and Working in new company
i want source code to create application android to scan bar code about phone camira and insert barcode in edit text
(two button one for scan and one to save bar code in database and edittext to show bar code
please help me , please please please
Back to school I'm afraid. The big change is the UI, a lot of the old stuff has been deprecated in favour of fragments. To get the UI right you'll need to reference the android.support.v4.app[^] jars because 70% of users are still on 2.3.x and won't be able to use your app otherwise.
You also might want to take a look at the ActionBarSherlock[^] to get the complete new school look. A bit of work involved but the end result should look pretty cool and give you some future proofing.
I am trying to write video recorder app for Windows Phone 7. According to my phone tech spec camera can record video with resolution 1280x720. But in VideoCaptureDevice.SupportedFormats I have only one option 640x480. How to enforce highest resolution? Build in WP7 application "Camera" can record video in both resoulution.
CaptureSource cs = new CaptureSource();
VideoCaptureDevice videoDev = CaptureDeviceConfiguration.GetDefaultVideoCaptureDevice();
var listaVideoFormats = videoDev.SupportedFormats;
videoDev.DesiredFormat = listaVideoFormats; // I have only one element on the list
cs.VideoCaptureDevice = videoDev;