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Camera Explorer application demonstrates the use of the new advanced Windows Phone 8 camera API, the Windows.Phone.Media.Capture.PhotoCaptureDevice and the related classes and enumerations on Lumia devices. The updated application adds tap-to-focus and Lens Picker integration.The example has been developed with Silverlight for Windows Phone devices and tested to work on Nokia Lumia devices with Windows Phone 8.
Music Explorer is an example application demonstrating the use of Nokia Music API together with standard Windows Phone 8 audio features to create an immersive music experience. It shows how to take advantage of Nokia Music API features such as searching for artists by name and requesting top artists and new releases, and it also shows how to launch Nokia Music application from within another application to play mix radio or show artist/product information.The example has been developed with Silverlight for Windows Phone devices and tested to work on Lumia devices with Windows Phone 8.
Map Explorer application demonstrates how to use the new Windows Phone 8 Map control replacing the Bing Maps control used in Windows 7, as well as how to use new map-related features, such as address search, locationing, and routes. Map Explorer is a simple Silverlight application which enables the user to change properties of the map component to see the effect on shown map.The example has been developed with Silverlight for Windows Phone devices and tested to work on Lumia devices with Windows Phone 8.
A simple NFC tag reader application for Windows Phone 8. This example app demonstrates how to use the Proximity API to read NFC Data Exchange Format (NDEF) compliant tags.The project is compatible with Windows Phone 8. Developed with Microsoft Visual Studio Express 2012 for Windows Phone.
NFC Talk application demonstrates connection initiation by tapping devices together or by searching for nearby devices over Bluetooth, using the Windows Phone 8 Proximity API, the Windows.Networking.Proximity.PeerFinder and related classes.The example has been developed with XAML for Windows Phone devices and tested to work on Lumia devices with Windows Phone 8.
go-bnet is a Go client library for accessing the Battle.net API. In addition to providing an API client, this package provides OAuth endpoints.API Coverage: Currently only the account information API is implemented. However, the base helpers are there to easily and quickly implement any other APIs such as the WoW or SC2 data.
This example application demonstrates how to build a simple application based on panorama control for Windows Phone using Microsoft Silverlight.Support for Windows Phone 8 was made according to guidelines given in article http://www.developer.nokia.com/Resources/Library/Lumia/#!co-development-and-porting-guide.html. The solution consists of two top-level projects sharing the same source code, one targeting WP 7 and the other targeting WP 8. Bing Maps control is used in WP 7 project and the new Map control introduced in Windows Phone is used in WP 8 project.
Drumkit XNA is a virtual drumkit that lets you play percussion sounds by tapping sound pads. The application contains two views for playing, a simple view with 2D pads and a whole 3D like drumset to play with. You can record your beats and play them back afterwards. It is also possible to play the drums on top of your last recording. The application has been developed purely on top of XNA with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Express for Windows Phone and tested to work on Nokia Lumia 800.Even though XNA Framework apps cannot be compiled or upgraded to target Windows Phone OS 8.0, XNA Game Studio 4.0 apps that target Windows Phone OS 7.1 remain fully supported and continue to run on Windows Phone 8 devices. Compatibility with Windows Phone 8 has been verified using Microsoft Visual Studio Express 2012 for Windows Phone and Nokia Lumia 820 and Nokia Lumia 920 devices.
A simple demonstration project for Windows Phone 8 describing a way to create real-time filters for the camera viewfinder, using native code (C++). The project also provides a sample filter optimized using the NEON instruction set.One of the big new features of Windows Phone 8 SDK is the support for C and C++, also known as native code support. This is a small demo app that shows how one can exploit that support to create real-time filters for the camera. For simplicity's sake, the example will implement a simple gray filter, that will convert camera input on the fly and show the result on screen.