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Cracking Windows Phone and BlackBerry Native Development: Cross-Platform Mobile Apps Without the Kludge by Matthew Baxter-Reynolds

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C H A P T E R  7

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Windows Phone 7: Pushing Changes Back to the Server

In this last chapter on Windows Phone, we’re going to look at allowing the user to configure his or her bookmarks and then push those bookmarks back up to the server. This will involve building two forms—one for displaying a list of the bookmarks and one for editing and modifying the Sync class that we built in the last chapter to allow for changes to be sent back. We’ll look at the user interface first.

The Configuration User Interface

The new wave of phones (Android, iOS, and Windows Phone) has a common user interface metaphor whereby the user is presented with lists of items. ...

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