May 15th: Webcast on Porting iOS apps to Windows Phone
Next Tuesday, May 15th, join Pete Erickson, organizer of MoDevDC, my fellow developer evangelist Joel Reyes, and Ken Fang, President of Mobomo, for a one-hour webcast on porting iOS apps to Windows Phone. This webcast is part 2 in an ongoing series, and will include a detailed process for porting your apps, discussion with developers who have been through this process, and resources for open data sources to use in your apps.
Event Date: May 15, 2012
Event Time: 2:00pm – 3:00pm Eastern Time
Developers, designers, architects and managers must be prepared to answer the porting challenge on behalf of customers who require Windows Phone compatibility. This webcast will provide the detailed process for porting from an iOS application to Windows Phone and you'll hear from developers who've recently completed the process on behalf of federal government agencies. For those of you interested in just building for Windows Phone we will include information on readily available open data sources that you can use to build your new WP Apps. In the meantime, feel free to download the Windows Phone specific resources below. Look carefully, there are really good resources here!
- Phone: Tools (http://bit.ly/WP75SDK), Devices (http://aka.ms/freedevices - public sector apps only)
- Cloud: Tools (http://bit.ly/DLAzureSDK), Account (http://bit.ly/z5MLcT)
- Resources: Infokit (http://aka.ms/infokit)
- Apps Ideas: Ideas (http://bit.ly/WP7AppIdeas)
Full details at: http://www.meetup.com/modevdc/events/63397902/