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By kwbr, Recognized Developer on 15th May 2010, 11:57 PM
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Some additional information about Windows Phone OS 7. These guides cover technical information about the new OS consisting of

Download the documents here

- Application Development Guide
The OEM and MO Application Guide for WP7 provides guidance on developing applications for a Windows Phone.

- WP7 Architecture Guide
The Architecture Guide provides fundamental technical information about WP7. It serves as a roadmap to the components and core fundamentals of the WP7 architecture.

- WP7 Customization Guide
The Customization Guide for WP7 provides information about customizing the user interface and other system functionality.

Have fun reading, thanks to Tom Codon.
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Thanks. Do you have a linkable source?

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Thanks. Do you have a linkable source?

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That would be post #1
16th May 2010, 10:34 AM |#4  
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love all the info you guys are digging up... keep em coming... now any one got a spyshot for the HTC Mondrian
16th May 2010, 11:48 AM |#5  
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The architecture article must be very outdated. It tells about CE6, but afaik, CE6 has been replaced by CE7 during development.
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It says "Ferburary 2010".
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It says "Ferburary 2010".

Yeah so that's the weird thing about it.
16th May 2010, 04:03 PM |#8  
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It says "Ferburary 2010".

I was reading some of the architecture guide and some way down it says something(cant remember what) will be ready for the end of 2009.

So I think that it was written in late 2009 for feb 2010. Also some of the information has been changed like it says one one of the guides that you can have external storage which we know MS was now removed.
16th May 2010, 04:09 PM |#9  
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The architecture article must be very outdated. It tells about CE6, but afaik, CE6 has been replaced by CE7 during development.

I believe someone is MS has said it is based on CE6 with features of CE7 added, so its probably somewhere between the two.

MS probably did this as CE7 was not finalised when the started making WP7 so they used CE6 and added features of CE7 that was being made for CE7 by the CE team (dont know what department makes the CE stuff).

I expect that MS could update to the full version of CE7 with a system update (I expect MS to have a major update each year like apple does).
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Im not sure if anyone outside of MS knows the answer to this question but would like your views on what you think the answer could be.

I the Customization guide it say that OEM can only add 6 apps that together are no larger that 60mb.

So can a company this Asus who make the Garmin-Asus phones make a wp7 handset with the satnav built-in? (this would be a lot larger than 60mb)
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