If you want to provide multilingual support to your Windows Phone application, you must need to localize your apps, with respect to text along with other cultural entities. While building Windows Phone 8 application, it is quite easier to enable and implement the localization. In an other way, you can say, the default template describe how to use the… Read More »
Default templates for Windows Phone application comes with few basic set of resource elements that defines the controls color, size, background etc. To examine it more closely; you may noticed the MainPage.Xaml created with the default template has three page level styles defined as static resources.
Well, as I have already dealt with CameraCaptureTask or PhotoChooserTask before for simple scenarios, it is time to go a little further with dealing with continuous capture or even how to switch between FrontFacing Camera or Primary camera etc. To deal with such scenarios, we use the PhotoCamera class and show the stream from camera directly to a… Read More »
Even though we have CameraCapture Task to deal with camera, there is another Chooser available as well, which can take Picture either from MediaLibrary or directly from Camera. The PhotoChooserTask helps in getting an image from the Picture / Media Library locations. The PhotoChooserTask, just like any other Tasks is listed under namespace Microsoft.Phone.Tasks and is inherited from… Read More »
Working with Camera in Windows Phone environment is a common requirement. Almost 25% of the apps in the store uses Camera capture on the app. CameraCaptureTask is a common Task available to the Windows Phone device which can capture camera from an app by launching the basic image capture tool present on the Windows Phone environment and take… Read More »
Windows Phone is gradually getting matured day by day. Considering the current situation, the Windows Phone environment gives a restrictive environment where app developers are restricted to do certain things if not specified beforehand. The developer cannot use Library, Camera, Sensors or even memory at sometimes if not defined beforehand. A Windows Phone App is limited to use… Read More »
As we saw in the previous post, that you can programmatically change the Lock screen of the Phone from an app which supports extension of Lock Screen defined in the Metadata file, we can also open various settings screen directly from within the app as well. To open an existing settings applet, you need to first know the… Read More »
It is sometimes important for an application to change lock screen of the project. The Lock Screen can be set from an app only if the App supports an Extension to change lock screen. Let us take a look on how to change lock screen from an application. First of all, Lock screen can be changed by an… Read More »