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Free eBooks from Microsoft Press on Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012

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Introducing Windows 8: An Overview for IT Professionals (Final Edition)

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You can download the eBook in:
Introducing Windows 8- An Overview for IT Professionals – PDF ebook

Introducing Windows 8-An Overview for IT Professionals – Mobi format for Kindle
Introducing Windows 8-An Overview for IT Professionals – ePub format

If you prefer a hard copy of the final book, you can order it here for $14.99 from official distributor, O’Reilly Media.

Introducing Windows Server 2012 (RTM Edition)

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PDF – Introducing Windows Server 2012 RTM Edition – PDF ebook

EPUB – Introducing Windows Server 2012 RTM Edition – ePub format

MOBI – Introducing Windows Server 2012 RTM Edition – MOBI format (for Kindle)

If you prefer a hard copy of the book, you can order it here for $14.99 from official distributor, O’Reilly Media.

 

 

Programming Windows 8 Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (Final Edition)

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You can download the eBook in:

PDF – http://go.microsoft.com/FWLink/?Linkid=270056 (17.9 MB)

EPUB – http://go.microsoft.com/FWLink/?Linkid=272592 (37.3 MB)

MOBIhttp://go.microsoft.com/FWLink/?Linkid=272591 (69.5 MB)

 

Provided to by Microsoft Press Team Blog

Windows Phone Power Tools–a must have extension for all Windows Phone developers

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The Windows Phone Power Tools are a natural extension to the developer tools that come with the Windows Phone SDK.

  • Instead of allowing you to only install developer xaps the Power Tools let you test update scenarios by allowing you to update an existing developer app.
  • Instead of having to step through the IsolatedStorage file browser on the command line, the Power Tools provide a GUI to allow you to interact with your applications.

 

Here are some screen shots :

We can connect to a Windows Phone device(after launching Zune)

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Or select an Emulator for your choice

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Connect to an emulator

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Connect to a device through Zune

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Browse your application’s Isolated storage.

Note:

  1. You can browse only the applications that you have installed through your developer license.
  2. You cannot browse through IsolatedStorage area of applications installed through Windows Phone store.

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Download from  Windows Phone Power Tools – Codeplex.com page ( it is worth trying)

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