Microsoft is trying to kill passwords!!!

Microsoft always try to bring something new and interesting for its users, to keep the aroma fresh and soothing. This time it introduces a feature that may soon enable you to use your smartphones to sign into your Microsoft accounts.

Data Binding in Windows Phone 7 Using WCF Service

This article is going to explain how to bind data in Windows Phone 7 using WCF Service. Let’s see a brief demonstration on it.

How to use XML in Windows Phone 7 Development

This article is going to explain about how to use XML file in Windows Phone 7 Development. Let’s see a brief demonstration on it.

Password Control in Windows Phone 7 Development

This article is going to explain how to use Password control in Windows 7 phone development. Let’s see a brief demonstration on it.

ScrollViewer Control in Windows Phone 7 Development

ScrollViewer represents a scrollable area that can contain other visible elements. This article is going to explain how to use ScrollViewer control in Windows 7 phone development. Let’s see a brief demonstration on it.

WebBrowser Control in Windows 7 Phone Development

The most obvious reason to use the WebBrowser control is to display web content within the page of a Windows Phone 7 application. For instance, you may be developing an application that shows Twitter feeds in a portion of the screen.

TextBox Control in Windows 7 Phone Development

With the TextBox control, the user can enter text in an application. Typically, a TextBox control is used to display, or accept as input, a single line of text. You can use the Multiline and ScrollBars properties to enable multiple lines of text

MediaElement Control in Windows 7 Phone Development

When beginning a media-based application for Windows Phone, perhaps the easiest thing to do is to use the Silverlight MediaElement control. With just a few lines of code, you can easily play or stream video in your Windows Phone Application.

Image Control in Windows 7 Phone Development

The Image Control allows you to display images in your Windows 7 Phone Development or Application. To have a first closer look at this control you just created a new project and dragged and drop an Image Control into your ‘MainPage.xaml’ form design.

Map Control in Windows 7 Phone Development

The Bing Maps Silverlight Control for Windows Phone allows developers to provide an enhanced mapping experience within their Windows Phone applications to end users. This article is going to explain how to use Bing Map control in windows 7 phone