Using Windows Phone's Map control and displaying multiple points using data binding.
When most people think of location, they assume this information comes from a GPS module. While this is true, Windows Phone also has support for determining location based on cell tower location and WiFi networks.
Integrating with SkyDrive can help your Windows Phone application save a user's settings to the cloud, and retrieve them across multiple devices and platforms.
Persisting user settings in Windows Phone is something every mobile developer needs to know how to do. Nick Randolph walks you through the process.
Multimedia is expected in today's mobile applications, and the fun isn't only for smartphone and tablet users. Mono for Android, based on the Mono project's open source implementation of the Microsoft .NET Framework, can help you take advantage of Android Camera APIs in Visual Studio.
The latest Android SDK provides an emulator with improved debugging capabilities. Mono for Android developers will appreciate the upgrades.
Nick Randolph continues to look at building applications across both Windows Phone and Windows 8, this time focusing on the navigation model.
Migrating a photo-sharing Windows Phone application to run under Windows 8.
By overriding templates, you can modify the look and feel of the ListBox without changing the underlying behavior.
Nick Randolph shows how to create and work with the Application Bar in your Windows Phone application.
Eric Vogel walks through how to send and receive push notifications in a Windows 8 Metro application.
By creating a UI that works well with both dark and light themes, your Windows Phone applications will stand out.
Nick Randolph looks at how you can use a UriMapper to help structure your Windows Phone application.