orb3000 · Jun 14, 2011 at 03:00 pm

Mango Developer Tools Released – Windows Phone 7

If you want to develop your own applications for Windows Phone 7 or 7.1 this may be of your liking. XDA member Blade0rz told us about the release of Windows Phone Developer Tools 7.1 Beta, which includes the following tools: Windows Phone Emulator (Beta), Silverlight 4 SDK and DRT, Microsoft XNA Game Studio 4.0 Referesh Windows Phone Extensions, Microsoft Expression Blend SDK Preview for Windows Phone 7.1, and WCF Data Services Client for Window Phone 7.1. You will get all you need to start developing with these beta tools, just make sure that you know what you are doing and follow the instructions.
When you finish your first application don´t forget to let us know. Perhaps, it may be suitable to be published in the XDA Portal.

Originally posted by Blade0rz
Mango Developer Tools!

Now available for download:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/e

I cannot wait wait to see what developers come up with…

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