Learn How to Build a WP7 Picture Gallery App and Win Telerik Licenses

Telerik Team recently published a Picture Gallery application for Windows Phone demonstrating how to create a native Windows Phone client for Flickr or any other image hosting service. The app is freely available with source code.


You can use this source code and modify it to extend to a better application of your choice. Don’t forget to tweet this post as it will give you a chance to win Telerik RadControls license for WP.


The Telerik Picture Gallery application for Windows Phone is a perfect learning resource for you to learn the integration of picture hosting service in your phone application. The Telerik Windows Phone team made it available for you to use, modify and redistribute it freely. This application is a complete sample with source code which you can modify to extend other image services.


By downloading and studying this app will give you a complete set of knowledge on how to use the Telerik Design Templates and other Telerik Windows Phone Controls to achieve this kind of stunning UI. Read out to know more about the Architecture of the application.


With this sample application and complete source code, Telerik is also sponsoring 3 Telerik RadControls for Windows Phone to my blog readers. Just tweet the below string with the hash tag “#TelerikKunal” to enter into the contest:


Twitter Text:
Learn how to build a #WP7 Picture Gallery app http://bit.ly/S33Hl0 and win #Telerik license. #wp7dev #TelerikKunal


Don’t forget to include the hash tag “#TelerikKunal” to be eligible in this contest to win a Telerik RadControls for Windows Phone. 3 licenses are there for you to win. Telerik team will fetch those tweets after 3rd October 2012 and randomly announce the name of the winner and contact them individually to provide the next steps to grab those licenses. So, participate in this contest and grab the opportunity to get this license set for your next Windows Phone app.


Here’s a small video demonstrating the app:



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