With its increased mobile support, HTML5 development gives developers access to a variety of advanced web application features that are common across many different mobile platforms and operating systems; including Windows Phone.
Windows Phone and IE Mobile support all the stable HTML5 specs from W3C Standards which allows developers to build modern mobile web sites and HTML5-based applications using third-party frameworks such as Apache Cordova and jQuery Mobile and delivering an advanced and integrated experience to the final users.
If you are a Symbian Qt developer
and you are interested in building your applications for
Windows Phone 7, this guide is for you.
The guide covers what you need to know to add Windows Phone 7 development to your skill set, while leveraging what you have already learned building Qt applications:
Browse or download the " Windows Phone Guide for Symbian Qt Application Developers" guide.
Whurley, Chief Technology Officer from Chaotic Moon, shares
their experience from developing on other phone platforms and talk
through their Windows Phone 7 story.
Watch the video:
(a short version of the video is available here)
The Groundspeak team talks about the Geocaching story,
multi-platform development and gives a demo of the Geocaching
applications on Windows Phone 7.
Watch the video.
The API mapping tool now includes Nokia Symbian Qt, in addition
to Android (added in June 2011)
iOS (released in April 2011). The API Mapping tool helps
developers find their way around the API when they discover the
Windows Phone platform.
Check the API Mapping "Introduction/How to"
Built as an open source project, the Windows Phone toolkit for AWS gives you a speed dial that lets you quickly connect and integrate Windows Phone applications with Amazon Web Services (S3, SimpleDB, and SQS Cloud Services).
To create cloud-connected mobile applications, you want to have choice and be able to reuse your assets and skills. If you are familiar with AWS, whether you've been developing for Android, iOS or any other technology, this toolkit will allow you to comfortably port your applications to the Windows Phone Platform.
You can download the toolkit from GitHub, along with the complete source code that have been published under the Apache license. As part of the toolkit, you will find code samples that demonstrate the usage of the API to use the S3, Simple DB and SQS services.
Check the Getting Started Guide with step-by-step instructions and demo webcasts.
Ask me anything. Well, anything about porting your
Android, iPhone or Qt apps over to the Windows Phone
When you're ready, I've got lots of great resources, free easy-to-use tools to help you through the process, and even experts monitoring forums to answer porting questions.