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In just over a week we (finally!) get to pull the cover off of the Windows Phone application & game developer experience at MIX10. There, through keynotes(主题演讲) and more than 12 technical sessions over 3 days, we will “tell all” about the what and how of the new developer platform for Windows Phones.
Today, I get to talk about the why. My previous post on focus hinted at this, but today I get to be even more explicit. In fact, I’m literally down in San Francisco and talking with a few industry watchers about our platform strategy and thought I’d invite you all to the conversation as well.
In addition to the update I’ll share below, we’ll be taking questions via Twitter at @WP7dev (use #wp7dev as well) starting at 6PM PST tonight.
- Oct 31 Wed 2012 23:17
Windows Phone Emulator is a desktop application that emulates a Windows Phone OS 7.0 device. It provides a virtualized environment in which you can deploy, debug, and test applications. Windows Phone Emulator reduces the need to have a physical device for common application development scenarios. This can reduce the development cost of writing applications for Windows Phone. It also provides an isolated development-specific environment for early application prototypes.
Windows Phone Emulator is designed to provide comparable performance to an actual device and meet the peripheral specifications typically required for application development. However, it is expected that applications deployed to Marketplace be tested on an actual Windows Phone device.
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