Welcome to this week’s (Feb 23 – Mar 02) weekly digest for Developers. In this post we round up all the news, headlines and useful developer blog posts from all around the world that happened in last week and were related to Windows Phone and Windows 8 development.
News Sites & Official Blogs
- Independent UK-based developer surpasses 3.5 million downloads on Windows devices in less than one year
- Imagin8 Mission seeks out-of-this-world Imaging Apps for Windows Phone
- Tips, tricks and best practice for building your Windows Phone 8 game
- Testing and debugging your geofencing apps
- Windows Store trends – Feb 2014 Update
- Here’s What Windows 9 May Look Like (According to Rumors)
- Nokia releases Imaging SDK 1.1 with Windows 8.1 support and new filters
- Complete Nokia MWC developer keynote posted
- Android Developers – Welcome to DVLUP, Nokia X is Here for You
- Four Nokia X Challenges just for Android developers
- Nokia at Mobile World Congress 2014: Highlights and Insights
- Nokia Developer Day highlights opportunities for all developers
- Announcing Office Developer Tools for Visual Studio 2013 – March 2014 Update
- Windows Phone Emulator – Shortcut Keys
- Swapped a ListBox for a LongListSelector and now the items don’t show?
- NokiaX Strategy : WPDev Fears!
- My thoughts on the new certification process for Windows Phone apps
- Newport – A Windows Phone App Dev Framework
- Certification Requirements update: Location Services Access #wpdev
- XNA and Visual Studio 2013
- WP8 as bluetooth Start button
- Bring your App Studio apps to Windows 8
- A Floating Control for Windows 8 Store apps
- App Promo for Windows and Windows Phone
- Drawing circles on Windows Phone Here Maps and Windows Store Bing Maps
- Xamarin Studio Settings for Visual Studio Developers
- Enabling NuGet Support in Xamarin Studio
- Announcing XamarinAppDev.com and @XamarinAppDev
- Setting Up GitHub to work with Visual Studio 2013 Step-by-Step
- Custom Special Values in Caliburn.Micro
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