Came across a great post on how to store JSON data in Windows Phone 8.
Great post by Bruno Terkaly on What Windows 8 Developers Should Know About The Cloud.
- Client-side developers do need to embrace the cloud. The increasing popularity of connected devices like tablet computers and smartphones is having a direct effect on the adoption rate of personal cloud services. You can expect both connected devices and cloud services to grow together.
- This trend has been accelerating over the past couple of years. Mobile and portable devices have limited internal storage and rely heavily on cloud services.
As mentioned on twitter by Todd Brix, general manager of the Windows Phone Apps and Store team at Microsoft:
‘Summer break’ promo ends today, but great news – we’re keeping the price at $19. Join Dev Center and publish those apps.
This is great news for anyone who hasn’t already jumped in to the Windows Phone development.
2 great articles on how to use Microsoft Expression Design for creating Windows Store and Windows Phone logo assets for every resolution.
Generating Windows Store Logo Assets At Every Resolution by Kyle Anthony Mitofsky
I love my Nokia Lumia 920 and I’m very happy with Windows Phone 8. I’m looking forward to what is coming around the corner with GDR3 and eventually Windows Phone 8.1 in early 2014.
Here is a great article – The Absolute Top Features of Windows Phone 8 by Jerry Nixon outlining some of the top features for the platform.
There is now a new version of the Windows Phone desktop app for syncing your Windows Phone 8 content and includes a number of improvements.
Previously you had to visit the WindowsPhone.com site to see if there was an updated version. Now the Windows Phone desktop app has added a way to automatically check for an newer version of the application and notify you.
Other enhancements are expanded podcast support, simplified updates, flexible library selection and many bug fixes.
You can download the Windows Phone desktop app from the WindowsPhone.com site.