According to Pocket PC Thoughts, a recent video taken from PDC 2008 is now being shown on Channel 9 of Microsoft’s Developer Network encouraging developers to build Silverlight applications and making them compatible with Windows Mobile. To view the video, go to Channel 9.
Wouldn’t it be super cool if the Silverlight apps you build for the desktop can now run on Millions of Mobile Devices ? If you have been building Silverlight applications and are wondering how to extend them mobile devices, this is just the right session for you. In this session, filled with some very cool demos you will not only learn how to extend your existing Silverlight 2 applications to work on Windows Mobile but also learn how to build rich mobile Silverlight apps that play media, handle simple gestures, have cool animations, and web services. We will also talk about tooling enhancements in Visual Studio that support Silverlight app development on Windows Mobile, what to consider when delivering eye-popping UI on mobile, and help you understand the key differences from developing Silverlight apps for the desktop.