This video demonstrates how to use Visual Studio 2010 Express for Windows Phone to add Silverlight controls to a new project. It also covers how to write C# code that executes and displays a simple message on the phone emulator’s screen when a user clicks a button in your application. Later, Bob will answer the questions, “why did we do that?” and “how does this work?” in order to give you a deeper look into the significance of each step he took along the way.
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