Con il rilascio del SDK di Gennaio, Microsoft dà finalmente la possibilità ai sviluppatori di testare la funzione di copia-incolla e più specificatamente nei seguenti controlli: System.Windows.Controls.TextBox, System.Windows.Controls.PasswordBox, Microsoft.Phone.Controls.WebBrowser control. In più in questo nuovo sdk sono presenti nuovi tool e nuove funzionalità, tra cui l’incremento di prestazioni delle gesture nell’usare il Bing™ Maps Silverlight® Control. Questo fà ben sperare nell’imminente rilascio del tanto atteso aggiornamento promesso da Microsoft! Il release note del nuovo Sdk dopo il salto.
“Copy and Paste” for Windows phone 7, only for SDK…
With the release of the SDK of January for Windows Phone7, finally, Microsoft give to the developers the possibility to try the “copy and paste” functions, but only in this control: System.Windows.Controls.TextBox, System.Windows.Controls.PasswordBox, Microsoft.Phone.Controls.WebBrowser control. In this new sdk there are present new tools and new functions, between these there are the improvements of performance of gesture when using Bing™ Maps Silverlight® Control. This increase the hope for the early release of expected upgrade promised from Microsoft. Release note of new Sdk after break.
What’s in the January 2011 Update
The following are included in the Windows Phone Developer Tools January 2011 Update:
Copy and Paste
Copy and paste is now enabled on Windows® Phone 7 in the following controls:
•Text input fields within the Microsoft.Phone.Controls.WebBrowser control.
Developers can test the copy and paste functionality in the new Windows Phone Emulator. For more information, see How to: Test Copy and Paste in Windows Phone Emulator. End users can use the copy and paste functionality only after receiving the corresponding update to the Windows Phone 7 operating system.
Most applications already published to the Windows Phone Marketplace do not need to be recompiled to take advantage of copy and paste functionality. Copy and paste will work automatically for end users after they receive the corresponding update to the operating system.
In applications that have pivot or panorama controls that contain text boxes, users can unintentionally change panes when trying to copy text. To prevent this problem, open your application, recompile it, and then resubmit it to the Windows Phone Marketplace.
Windows Phone Capability Detection Tool
Detects the phone capabilities used by your application. When you submit your application to Windows Phone Marketplace, Microsoft performs a code analysis to detect the phone capabilities required by your application and then replaces the list of capabilities in the application manifest with the result of this detection process. This tool performs the same detection process and allows you to test your application using the same list of phone capabilities generated during the certification process. For more information, see How to: Use the Capability Detection Tool.
Windows Phone Connect Tool
Allows you to connect your phone to a PC when Zune® software is not running and debug applications that use media APIs. For more information, see How to: Use the Connect Tool.
Updated Bing Maps Silverlight Control
Includes improvements to gesture performance when using Bing™ Maps Silverlight® Control. For more information, see Bing Maps Silverlight Control for Windows Phone.
What’s in the WPDT Fix
After installing the Windows Phone Developer Tools Fix, application developers can deploy XAP files over 64 MB in size to physical phone devices for testing and debugging.