I wanted to thank you all for attending the webinar today. As I promised in the webinar all of the materials are now available for you to download and explore on your own. If you have any questions then feel free to send me a tweet on twitter or leave a comment on here. I’d also suggest that you download the RadControls for Windows Phone 7 if you haven’t already.
Slides, Source Code and the Recorded Webinar Video
As always, all of our webinars are available for viewing on tv.telerik.com. So far, the following webinars are available to watch:
Stay tuned for the KendoUI, SiteFinity and TeamPulse videos to be released or better yet attend the webinars live on 2/22/2012.
Some of the new controls/helpers covered in the Q1 2012 Windows Phone 7 presentation are:
We then introduced “Building Blocks of Metro Applications” which includes:
Trial Feature Reminder - The TrialFeatureReminder allows you to display reminder messages for the trial versions of your applications. You can track the usage of the different features and disable only some of them when the trial expires. Then you can display a nice message inviting your user to pay for the features in the marketplace. Trial App Reminders - Very Similar to Feature Reminders in that the TrialApplicationReminder allows you to display reminder messages for the trial versions of your applications. When the trial is expired you can display a nice message inviting your user to buy the application from the marketplace. Rate Reminders - With this component you can add a very important feature for reminding your users to rate your application thus increasing your marketplace presence. Error Diagnostics - With this component you can receive crash reports, add specific debug information and get run-time information from your users when an issue in your application is encountered.
Using RadDiagnostics for WP7 to receive error reports anonymously.
Implementing Trial Functionality for Windows Phone applications.
Introducing RadDiagnostics for Windows Phone.
Introducing Rate Application Reminder for Windows Phone.
Announcing Application Building Blocks for Metro applications
Thanks again for attending and don’t forget that we have several other great webinars lined up that you may be interested in such as KendoUI, SiteFinity 5 and TeamPulse.
Thanks for attending and enjoy the rest of Q1 2012 release webinar week!
Michael Crump is a Microsoft MVP, Pluralsight and MSDN author as well as an international speaker. He works at Telerik with a focus on everything mobile. You can follow him on Twitter at @mbcrump or keep up with his various blogs by visiting his Telerik Blog or his Personal Blog.