[# WINDOWS8] Installing Windows Phone developer tools in Windows 8

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Good.

I am a person who lives on the boundary, I try to make each minute intense by doubts that is the last (there already is more than one to take care of this); and this is when SAC a usb drive do so directly by pulling the cable, and use Windows 8 as my OS from day to day work.

Some people when they are going to give an assessment of a product, are downloaded a beta, her tested 5 minutes and begin to think about it. In the case of Windows 8 I’ve decided to use OS over the past months and the truth is that I am quite happy.

More than of details that not me works the VPN of Avanade, that install Team Foundation Server 2010 is a hell;. Windows 8 is going very well. But a few days ago I found that the development for Windows Phone tools do not work in Windows 8.

So after asking to Joshua and the MSDN forums, I came to the post of the great Jorge Serrano, where commented how to install them on Windows Server 2008. I followed your steps taking into account that Windows 8 Developer Preview is presented if same as a server (chan!) because I had a very satisfactory result. On the one hand I could install development tools, and even activate my license from my Windows Phone development.

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But then with the emulator I wasn’t so lucky. First from Visual Studio 2010 is not possible to launch it:

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and if for some reason you think make the intelligent choice change compatibility mode so that you run in mode Windows 7

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because you are one of the smiles that I hope that it is he not famous in the near future

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But well, the great solution is to move from the emulator and work directly with the device…

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And at this point we return to the point 1.

Those who live life to the limit

  • We took the pen drives insecure way by pulling on the cable
  • We use Windows 8 as our OS for every day
  • not use Al emulator for the tests with Windows Phone, deploy and test directly in el device. Risa

Greetings @ Here

The Bruno

References:

http://geeks.Ms/blogs/Jorge/archive/2011/06/18/instalando-Las-Windows-phone-developer-tools-en-Windows-2008.aspx

http://social.msdn.Microsoft.com/forums/es-ES/windowsphone7/thread/8e75b24c-3ec9-499c-92e5-a4d42c038f35

[#WINDOWS8] Instalando las herramientas de desarrollador de Windows Phone en Windows 8

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Buenas.

Soy una persona que vive al límite, intento que cada minuto sea intenso por las dudas que sea el último (ya hay más de uno que se quiere encargar de esto); y es por esto que cuando saco un drive usb lo hago directamente tirando el cable, y utilizo Windows 8 como mi SO de trabajo del día a día.

Algunas personas cuando van a dar una evaluación de un producto, se bajan una beta, la prueban 5 minutos y comienzan a opinar sobre la misma. En el caso de Windows 8 yo he decidido utilizarlo como SO durante los últimos meses y la verdad es que estoy bastante contento.

Más allá de detalles como que no me funciona la VPN de Avanade, que Instalar Team Foundation Server 2010 es un infierno; Windows 8 va muy bien. Pero hace unos días me encontré con que las herramientas de desarrollo para Windows Phone no funcionan en Windows 8.

Así que después de preguntar a Josue y en los foros de MSDN, llegué al post del gran Jorge Serrano, donde comentaba como instalar las mismas en Windows Server 2008. Seguí sus pasos teniendo en cuenta de que Windows 8 Developer Preview se presenta a si mismo como un server (chan!!!) pues tuve un resultado bastante satisfactorio. Por un lado pude instalar las herramientas de desarrollo, e inclusive activar mi licencia de desarrollo en mi Windows Phone.

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Pero luego con el emulador no tuve tanta suerte. En primer lugar desde Visual Studio 2010 no es posible lanzar el mismo:

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y si por algún motivo se te ocurre hacer la inteligente opción de cambiar el modo de compatibilidad para que lo ejecute en modo Windows 7

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pues te encuentras con uno de los smiles que espero que no se haga famoso en el futuro próximo

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Pero bueno, la gran solución consiste en pasar del emulador y trabajar directamente con el dispositivo …

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Y en este punto volvemos al punto 1.

Los que vivimos la vida al límite

  • sacamos los pen drives de forma insegura tirando del cable
  • utilizamos Windows 8 como nuestro SO para el día a día
  • no utilizamos el emulador para las pruebas con Windows Phone, desplegamos y probamos directamente en el dispositivo Risa

 

 

 

 

Saludos @ Here

El Bruno

   

Referencias:

http://geeks.ms/blogs/jorge/archive/2011/06/18/instalando-las-windows-phone-developer-tools-en-windows-2008.aspx

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/es-ES/windowsphone7/thread/8e75b24c-3ec9-499c-92e5-a4d42c038f35

[# WINDOWS8] HowTo: Change IE10 Metro by IE10 Desktop to open new links

Good,

those who are using Windows 8, will surely be up noses that all links are opened in Internet Explorer 10 of interface metro.This is solved with 2 clicks, and that is why I said the post when installing the new preview Risa

1. Open Internet Explorer in mode subway

2 Press Windows + I, to access the settings of IE10

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3. At this point appears to us an option to open links by default in Internet Explorer on Desktop

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4 Starting at this time all links will open in our lifetime Windows IE10.

Greetings @ Home

The Bruno

[#WINDOWS8] HowTo: Cambiar IE10 Metro por IE10 Desktop para abrir nuevos links

Buenas,

aquellos que estén utilizando Windows 8, seguramente estarán hasta las narices de que todos los links se abran en el Internet Explorer 10 de la interfaz metro. Esto se soluciona con 2 clicks, y por eso me apunto el post para cuando instale el nuevo preview Risa

 

1. Abrir Internet Explorer en modo metro

2. Presionar Windows + I, para acceder a las settings de IE10

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3. En este punto nos aparece una opción para abrir los links por defecto en Internet Explorer en Desktop

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4. A partir de este momento todos los links se abrirán en el IE10 de nuestro Windows de toda la vida.

 

Saludos @ Home

El Bruno

   

[# KINECT] In 2012 > Kinect For Windows

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Hi,

now do a repoll in news that more than a few will have probably already read over there: in 2012 will have a special PC Kinect .

Among the new features that are discussed on this new Kinect, the first thing that draws attention is that it will have a direct connection USB for PC. But perhaps the most interesting thing is that space of work required of it, will be much less that with the current sensor (lower the average 2 meters), including talk of recognition of objects to 40 cms Risa

Good… soon it isn’t and that we are developing applications with Kinect, we hope to soon have a beta of the Hardware to test it (so far I can say!)

Greetings @ Home

The Bruno

Source: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/kinectforwindows/archive/2011/11/22/kinect-for-windows-building-the-future.aspx

[#KINECT] En el 2012 > Kinect For Windows

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Buenas,

hoy hago un repoll de una noticia que más de unos seguramente ya habrá leído por alli: en el 2012 tendremos un Kinect especial para PC.

Entre las novedades que se comentan sobre este nuevo Kinect, lo primero que llama la atención es que tendrá una conexión directa USB para PC. Pero tal vez lo más interesante es que el espacio de trabajo requerido del mismo, será mucho menor que con el sensor actual (bajaremos de los 2 metros promedio), inclusive hablan de reconocimiento de objetos a 40 cms Risa

Bueno … poco no es y los que estamos desarrollando aplicaciones con Kinect, esperamos tener pronto una beta del Hardware para probar el mismo (hasta aquí puedo decir !!!)

 

Saludos @ Home

El Bruno

   

Fuente: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/kinectforwindows/archive/2011/11/22/kinect-for-windows-building-the-future.aspx

[# RESHARPER] Now integrated with StyleCop 4.6

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Hi,

a couple of days ago Victor friend told me that he was about to start a project from scratch, so we sat the minimum basis for collaboration and quality for the same. If you start a project from scratch, where different people work in offline mode, it is advisable to apply a set of rules that help to "the rules of the game are the same for all". In the case of coding style, StyleCop is an excellent ally for this. In addition, Avanade Spain have an extended template compilation which inter alia applies the StyleCop rules implementation of Team Build and indicates that level of aesthetic quality is our code (if you want more info on the subject talk because the template does many things that does not come Out Of the Box with TFS2010).

But I repeat I scattered, from that I started to work with Windows 8 had not installed the StyleCop plugin in my working environment. So to demonstrate the capabilities of StyleCop to Victor, me I downloaded the latest version and I took a big surprise > This is 100% integrated with RESHARPER 6.0 version. We are adapting as a plugin for ReSharper and from here you are with the analysis in StyleCop rules coding time.

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Obviously, for tastes > colors, and I do not believe that all rules should apply in all cases. But it is nice to see that for example, now the [this] are compulsory according to StyleCop (ReSharper loathed them), and that all your code probably will not meet the basic rules. On a WCF Application created from scratch, the list of errors is pretty long.

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But do not despair, you always have the option to define the behavior desired for each of the rules. For example, if not believe in the documentation (or in the Kings Magi), because you can turn off this rule in particular that behave as a Hint, for example.

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Or even in the General inspection of ReSharper code options, you can define actions to take for each of StyleCop rules.

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If you ask me my what seems to me, I will then tell you that you feel me great Risa

Greetings @ Here

The Bruno