It’s been a month since Microsoft released it’s final release of SDK for Windows Phone 7 and now it’s time for an update from Microsoft! This is the first update for the SDK for Windows Phone 7. This update has added new features to use.
The Windows Phone Developer Tools October 2010 Update includes:
- Windows Phone Capability Detection Tool – Detects the phone capabilities used by your application. When you submit your application to Windows Phone Marketplace , Microsoft performs a code analysis to detect the phone capabilities required by your application and then replaces the list of capabilities in the application manifest with the result of this detection process. This tool performs the same detection process and allows you to test your application using the same list of phone capabilities generated during the certification process. For more information, see How to: Use the Capability Detection Tool.
- Windows Phone Connect Tool – Allows you to connect your phone to a PC when Zune® software is not running and debug applications that use media APIs. For more information, see How to: Use the Connect Tool.
- Updated Bing Maps Silverlight Control – Includes improvements to gesture performance when using Bing™ Maps Silverlight® Control.
Grab the update here.
Just a question: Do you guys think there should be an SQL for Windows phone 7 or should developers just use the SQL Azure?