This blog post was authored by Matthias Shapiro, a technical evangelist at Microsoft.
One of the exciting elements about building an app for Windows Phone is that a properly designed and architected Windows Phone app is already well on its way to becoming a Windows Store app. This week on Inside Windows Phone, we talk about some simple strategies a developer can use to leverage .NET technology to build apps for two platforms, Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8, sharing a maximum amount of code. Included in this discussion is a single, open source project that pulls and displays stock quotes for both Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8.
For more information, see the full Channel 9 post: IWP 61 | Building for Windows Phone and Windows 8 - The Basics.
With all that apparent effort, why are simple Bluetooth profiles like HID completely ignored?
Windows 8 app development is becoming interesting now a days.And the highlight part is, if we just stay little concern and conscious about developing part the an app for both windows phone and windows 8 could be created.Thank you for sharing here your knowledge.