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Windows Phone 7 Update Due February, Said To Be Significant
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Msg#: 4241109 posted 5:37 pm on Dec 10, 2010 (gmt 0)

Windows Phone 7 Update Due February, Said To Be Significant [businessinsider.com]

The head of a company that develops mobile apps is expecting a significant update to Windows Phone 7 in February. Among the changes: easing restrictions for third-party developers, which could increase the number of "long-tail" apps available for the phone.

The update will almost certainly add copy and paste, which has already appeared in an update pushed out to some developer-only handsets. It may also offer a better way for corporations to deploy homegrown apps--today they have to distribute them through the public marketplace.

 

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Msg#: 4241109 posted 5:31 am on Dec 11, 2010 (gmt 0)

Equally important, said this person, it will loosen some of the odd restrictions on what apps can and cannot do. For instance, applications can store data locally. But if they want to let users download files, such as music or Office documents, to local storage the applications have to do it through the Web browser.


Seriously? Well I'm glad I didn't start developing before they eased that. What fun, my app would be opening the browser 2000 times in a half hour.

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Msg#: 4241109 posted 1:59 am on Jan 6, 2011 (gmt 0)

Why are you posting so much WP7 links and info here, while ignoring the real development and innovation that's happening elsewhere? I understand there is a bias for WP7 around these parts, but it's definitely the place where the innovation in mobile OSes is coming from.

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Msg#: 4241109 posted 9:31 pm on Jan 6, 2011 (gmt 0)

I don't find three WP7 links in a month, to be excessive. I'm doing nothing with WP7 now, but I am curious to see developments.

I don't think engine is the only one allowed to post links to this forum, so if you would like to see more discussion of where the innovation is really happening, maybe you can post some links too.

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