I really always am. Even though I don’t see changes this time, the fact that I actually do receive updates and the fact that the updates are coming to people no matter which device they have is really great. This time, the updates seem to be coming randomly to people, and yesterday I got my notification, too! Seems like the updates for Samsung Omnia 7 at Deutsche Telekom are coming! What’s in the update?
One of the things REALLY missing on Windows Phone is the ability to take screenshots inside of your application, because emulator often doesn’t let you do what you like. One of the things is that when you want to load and display data such as photos and music, it only gives you a few shots available, but there’s no way for you to use your own photos or your own music. In this article, I’ll edit one class for screen capturing which you can use in your application, and show you how to save it to the media library of the phone.
Here I am again. I haven’t written anything smart for a while now because I’ve been working on my next Windows Phone application called Photo Light. It should be out in less than 10 days, and it will be a small, light and free photo editor. One of the things it does is display EXIF data of the loaded photo. In this article, I’ll describe how to read the EXIF data for a photo and display it in a page. Let’s get started.