Updating Users with Notifications in Windows Phone Apps. There are different ways an app can interact with a user.
Windows Phone has a unique way of giving the latest information, even when the app is not running, through tiles and badges. This saves battery and is a user friendly experience. Whether a new email, missed call, special event in the calendar, photos in your contact list, or your personal photos, the design of Windows Phone makes it easy to let you know something new has arrived.
In this article I will show how to implement these notifications into your app. You can download the full project from GitHub. To get started, create a new project in Visual Studio, select Windows Phone from the list and name the project. Open MainPage.xaml and add the following code within the grid tags. The design view should now look like this: You’ll see a list of toggle switches that will activate our notifications. Before We Start To make the next steps simpler we import some namespaces into MainPage.xaml.cs.
Setting up two web sites in IIS7. Comments are closed for this post.
Posted by bill Staples @ 22 Nov 2006 5:52 PM I couldn't agree more ;) I blogged about the ability to add more than one site, and other nice additions in a recent blog post of my own here: Posted by Som @ 03 Jan 2007 8:57 AM That feature is in Apache from day one. Isn't it? Posted by Josh @ 03 Jan 2007 9:29 AM It's been in IIS a long time too - but only in the server versions until Vista. Posted by Sue @ 29 May 2009 8:37 PM I was wondering if anyone could tell me the steps you need to take after installing IIS 7.0 on Vista that will enable your classic .asp pages to be viewed. Posted by Adryn @ 12 Aug 2009 2:45 AM Adding additional websites to IIS7 is easy, but how do you connect to the additional websites from another computer.
Posted by wally @ 12 Aug 2009 3:02 AM Hi, really very interesting post! Thanks in advance.Wally Posted by Andrew @ 12 Aug 2009 2:02 PM Hello Interesting post. Creating virtual directories and application pools in IIS 7.5 and 7.0 - Kentico 8 Documentation - Kentico Documentation. 3 ways to Set Up Site Bindings in IIS. Understanding IIS Bindings, Websites, Virtual Directories, and lastly Application Pools - Chris's Blog - Just weedin around Microsoft.
In a recent meeting, some folks on my team needed some guidance on load testing the Web application that one of my feature teams are developing.
The questions on load testing subsided rather quickly and prior to pluggin my ears with my headphones for my ZuneHD, I was stepping out of the room when one said, “Can I ask you a question about connections in IIS…” This simple question led to a 20 minute conversation … which resulted in this blog post and some serious deja vu for me as it was a flash back to my IIS days. Bindings: Did you say “Bindings?” So you’ve been tasked with development of a new Web application to be hosted on IIS (any version)? The first thing on your mind is usually the design of the Website, how the application will interact with the middle-tier, and usually security. Creating IIS7 sites, applications, and virtual directories. In the course of IIS7 development, the team and I have answered an infinity of questions about IIS7 on any possible topic imaginable.Ironically, neither I nor anyone else I know on the team has ever answered the most basic question - what is the minimum set of steps necessary to get a website running with IIS7?
This post answers this exact question, and explains the key IIS7 concepts of sites, applications, and virtual directories (vdirs), which must be created before your IIS7 server can serve a single request. Update: We recently launched a service that significantly helps you understand, troubleshoot, and improve IIS and ASP.NET web applications. If you regularly troubleshoot IIS errors, manage Windows Servers, or tune ASP.NET performance, definitely check out the demo at www.leansentry.com. It also provides the steps necessary to create IIS7 sites, applications, and virtual directories, and options for configuring them. ·A specific interface ip address (or all interfaces)
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