Windows Phone 7 Development with Oxygene for .NET

Jim McKeeth , Developer Evagelist @ RemObjects Software explains how to develop Windows Phone 7 Development in Visual Studio 2010 using Oxygene for .NET .

What is Oxygene for .NET ?

Well , its a Object Pascal based language developed by RemObjects Software . Delphi or Object Pascal users should love it 🙂

Oxygene for .NET is available in Embarcadero’s Delphi Prism and is fully integrated into Visual Studio 2010 .

In this Video from the RemObjects , Jim McKeeth explains about developing Windows Phone App using this language and you can watch the Video that is embedded below .

Windows Phone 7 Development with Oxygene for .NET

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