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MVVM, also known as The Model-View-ViewModel architecture pattern was first introduced by John Gossman for use with WPF. It was implemented with an intention to provide separation between user interface controls of an application and their logic. Implementing an application on MVVM pattern would require leveraging some specific capabilities (commands, data binding and behaviors) of XAML application platforms like Silverlight and Windows Phone. Just as the...

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Going mobile for even the start ups is more of a necessity and less of a trend. However, there are a few misconceptions which are prevailing in the market regarding the mobile app development. Some of the popular myths are…Myth [1]: Building apps natively wastes time and money; cross platform works the best.Fact: If you want to win the race, go for native.All of us...

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In today’s smart phone addiction world, most people have their phones in their hand most of the time. It has become the easiest way to reach to people. Smart phones have become the first choice of people when it comes to browsing or seeking information online about any product or service. Business owners have also started realizing this fact and they know that they should...

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In this app age, where applications play a significant role in everyone’s lives, a lot of people are building up applications each day. The mobile application development industry is soaring high as people are becoming aware of the benefits of building up an app. It helps business owners to reach maximum number of targeted customers which ultimately helps them in expanding their business. With the...

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If 2014 saw the rapid rise of mobile apps for all purposes, 2015 will be the year where apps grow, evolve and are based on more advanced technologies that will serve more advanced purposes. With customer expectations and demands from mobile application development growing by the day, 2015 will be the year when these expectations will be addressed and more convenient apps that are built...

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Ever since Microsoft has released Windows 8 operating system it has gained worldwide popularity. The company promised that Windows 8 will give consumers a device like experience with whole host of new features. The Windows 8 Application Development market is booming like never before and many companies are trying their luck in Windows 8 Application Development as the platform presents a wide scope for development...

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Windows 8 development is steadily reaching the popularity mark. It’s different, but it’s great too! For those who love the adventure of trading on unknown paths, Windows 8 development could take your business to new heights. Well, Windows 8 is also best suited for enterprise apps. Fresh ecosystem to work with With Windows 8, you have a fresh interface to work with and the whole ecosystem offers...

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Microsoft released Windows 8 at the end of 2012. This new and innovative OS was quite different from the previous releases as several new features such as Lock screen, Start screen, people hub and Windows Mail were introduced. Experts commented that Windows 8 was Microsoft’s attempt to address consumers who primarily use a tablet for business and/or leisure activity. Microsoft unveiled the Windows Store a virtual...

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Windows Phones with Nokia Lumia as a hardware is a fairly recent wave in the mobile market and more and more businesses have turned to this phone to be used as a “business mobile”. Well, it is a good thing because other than being a popular Microsoft based system and a popular Nikia based hardware, this phone comes with striking security features that businesses see...

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The Windows Phone is the latest mobile operating system designed by Microsoft. Even though the latest market share is only around 6%, the prospect of the Windows 8 is no less than Android or iPhone. The Windows Phone was biggest in the market for the years but as the kick off of iPhone and Android as well as other smart phones, the Windows Phone lost...

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