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SQLite and PCM-MVVMCross

SQLite and Window Phone (or Window Store) Applications Working with SQLite and MVVMCross plugins I’ve established a ‘sweet’ environment to work in. However, SQLite for MVVMCross and the Portable Class Library doesn’t seem ‘tree ready’. I’d love to hear from anyone on how to use WITH RECURSIVE (if it is part of this version) but […]

WP8 & Win8 PCL Localization

The Portable Class Library (PCL) is the recommended solution for sharing code between Windows Store and Windows Phone 8 applications. The previous blog I walked through the setup of the projects but I didn’t realize that my favorite tool, Multilingual App Toolkit doesn’t seem to be available in the PCL, and the PCL is where […]

WP8 and Win8 – Sharing Code

Today I started a new project with the idea of taking full advantage of the converging code base between Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8. The first step in this process was to establish a skeleton framework with a Portable Class Library to share the code. I like to establish directory structures to organize […]

Developing for Windows

The Windows Phone is great! Unfortunately it gets judged on the available applications, or I should say the lack thereof. To their credit Microsoft was willing to keep changing until they got it right, and that delayed their entry into the competition.   I believe the hardware, development environment and user experience are all superior to the competition. And what about […]

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