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Download Windows Phone Toolkit for Symbian App Developers

It could be in the early 2012 when you will see smart phone from Nokia containing the power of Windows Phone platform. Microsoft has something special its developers. As always, before the launch of the final version of any platform, Microsoft […]

Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview available for MSDN subscribers

At the Windows Build conference it was not just Windows 8, which Microsoft previewed, also developer tools like Visual studio 11 and Expression blend were showcased as well. These tools can be used to optimize the development environment of Visual studio and develop Metro […]

[Whitepaper] Designing Websites for Mobile Phones and Devices

Microsoft’s App Hub has released a whitepaper which gives guidelines on how to design websites for mobile phones like Windows Phone 7, iPhone and Blackberry.  These guidelines are provided to assist developers in optimizing Web content for mobile browsers, particularly […]

Locate all Google API’s with this Periodic Table

Along with having several products and services, Google also features many API’s Application Programming Interfaces or API’s, which can help developers incorporate Google technology in their products.

Windows Phone 7 Interoperability Site for iPhone Developers

It’s been almost 3 months since the Windows Phone 7 worldwide launch and since then the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace has been growing at an exponential rate with more than 20,000 developers working on the Marketplace with around 6,000 apps […]

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Excel Developer Center is live on MSDN!

The Office section on MSDN has just added the new Excel Developer Center for programming resources for Microsoft Excel 2010, 2007, and 2003. The Excel Developer Roadmap provides documentation for six types of Excel development, including references, code samples, articles, […]

Microsoft PDC: Live from the Microsoft Campus

The Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC) will be held on the Microsoft campus in Redmond, October 28th and 29th.  The in-person event is sold out; however, you can still participate online via live streaming and real-time Q&A.