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Multilingual App Toolkit, Pseudo Language and class library

Localizing an application for different languages isn’t easy and it can be time-consuming to make sure that your application looks good in all languages. You might have forgotten to localize strings and have left them hardcoded in your native tongue.

Posted in MSBUILD, Programming, WP8

WordLive now using Sterling database

The 1.3 release now uses a more polished database solution than the one I had previously cooked myself: it’s now using http://www.sterlingdatabase.com/. Hats off to these guys for filling the gap that Microsoft left by currently having no local database

Posted in Programming, WP7

WordLive 1.3 released

WordLive 1.3 for Windows Phone is now available as a free application in the Marketplace. This is a bug-fix release sorting out some cosmetic issues with the readings in particular, and removes some error messages received when deleting older podcasts

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WordLive WP7 v1.2 published to Marketplace

I recently updated the WordLive application on MarketPlace. The trial version is now the same as the full application (with the purchase cost reduced to £0.79/US$0.99): it isn’t possible to make this into a free app due to MarketPlace limitations.

Posted in WordLive

Daily background images not showing on WordLive

The daily background image for the WordLive app isn’t being updated any more – as the URL of the images has moved since the beginning of the year. As a result you’ll see a black background. This is something I’m

Posted in WordLive

WordLive for WP7 now available on the Marketplace

If you’ve got Zune or a Windows Phone 7 device, you can search for “WordLive” in the Marketplace application, or follow this link on your PC or Windows Phone 7 device: http://social.zune.net/redirect?type=phoneApp&id=58d689a3-c5ed-df11-9264-00237de2db9e Otherwise the easiest way of finding out more

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WordLive for Windows Phone 7 features

The WordLive app has the following features: Access the WordLive studies (in the same form as in the public RSS feed, which is a bit different to the website version). Access the WordLive podcasts from within the WordLive application, without

Posted in WordLive
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