Peter returns to the ASP.NET Web API in Visual Studio 2012 to use it with ASP.NET. And this time, he's moving complete objects from the client up to the server in an HTTP POST.
Learn how to automate the WebBrowser control to display and customize the way Web content appears in your Windows Phone application.
There's no way to tell just by looking at a list whether the list supports multiple or single selections.
Using Windows Phone's Map control and displaying multiple points using data binding.
Peter pays a final visit to the WCF 4.5 WebSockets implementation to take advantage of the WebSocketService class and build a service in six lines of code (not counting configuration and client-side code, of course).
External templates allow you to reduce the code in your main HTML page, and reuse it in multiple places.