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Lessons learned about designing a WP7 application at MS Web Café

Yesterday evening Daniela and I did a quick 10 minutes presentation during the third edition of Microsoft Belgium Web Café, at the Microsoft Innovation Center in Mons. The presentation was about the lessons we learned during the development of our Windows Phone 7 application, FeedTso. FeedTso, History of a WP7 FeedReader View more presentations from Simone Chiaretta The presentation is quite image intensive, with not many words, but if go to the presentation page on SlideShare you can read everything we said...

Introducing FeedTso, a social news reader for Windows Phone 7

In the last few months you have probably noticed a few posts about Windows Phone 7, about my experience using it and about some little problems I found using the web browser. The reason is that, together with Daniela, we were working on a news feed reader for Windows Phone 7, called FeedTso. Today I’m happy to announce that after a few months of coding nights, yesterday we released the first version of FeedTso on the Zune Marketplace. What is FeedTso? FeedTso is a news feed reader that works as Google Reader client. We call...

WP7 Tip: Always Encode Urls for the WebBrowserTask

Exactly as the title says, remember to encode the url you want to open in the external browser via the WebBrowserTask, always. This is probably the first of a series of posts I’m going to write about some problems I found while developing FeedTso, a feed news reader application for WP7, of course with the solution. But let’s go back to the problem. How to open a url in the WP7 web browser from your application Well, this is easy: WebBrowserTask task = new WebBrowserTask(); task.URL = "http://feedtso.com/"; task.Show(); ...

How to convert dates from Google Reader and Facebook API with Json.NET

Lately I’m working together with Daniela on a news feed reader for WP7 and one of its features is Google Reader synchronization. (It is called FeedTso, and if you are interested in knowing when it will be released I recommend you go and subscribe to the newsletter on the FeedTso site.) I’ll talk about the Google Reader API in a future post (I’ll opensource the API when FeedTso is on the MarketPlace) but for the moment I want to discuss how I deserialize the JSON Date that I receive from the Google Reader API (and from what I’ve been...