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Windows Phone 7 for iPhone Developers by Kevin Hoffman

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9. Using Advanced UI Elements

Form follows function—that has been misunderstood. Form and function should be one, joined in a spiritual union.

Frank Lloyd Wright

This chapter focuses specifically on translating your knowledge of certain types of applications and application components from iOS to Windows Phone 7. Even if you aren’t an iOS developer, you might learn a few things about how these various application components look on the iPhone.

When building iOS applications, you’ll see a few types of application components re-used over and over, to the point where these components are immediately recognizable in virtually any iOS app, no matter how much they have been customized.

The navigation bar is used in so many applications it is almost ...

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