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Deconstructing a “Windows Phone Application” Visual Studio Project

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0 comments   /   posted by Silverlight Show on Jun 15, 2012
Tags:   windows-phone , xna

Read original post at Windows Phone 7 Developer Guide

When you create a new “Windows Phone Application” project in Visual Studio, you get a complete app that you can instantly compile into a .xap file and deploy to the emulator or a physical phone. The app doesn’t actually do anything other than display some text on the screen, but it sets up a lot of infrastructure that would be difficult and tedious to
create from scratch. Before creating the Tally app, let’s understand the main pieces of any new “Windows Phone Application” project:
  • The application manifest
  • Images
  • XAML code: MainPage.xaml and App.xaml
  • C# code: MainPage.xaml.cs, App.xaml.cs, and AssemblyInfo.cs


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