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Talk:Implementing numerical InputBox in Windows Phone
Croozeus - Sub-edited
I sub-edited the article and improved the readability, please check if OK: http://www.developer.nokia.com/Community/Wiki/index.php?title=Implementing_numerical_inputbox&action=historysubmit&diff=184367&oldid=184348
I think it's useful that you've pointed to a sample project that implements this. Even better would be attaching class file that can be readily usable.
17:21, 6 March 2013 (EET)
Aady - This will be compatible with wp7 as well right?
Correct me if i am wrong on that, or is any specific functionality shown by you is only available in WP8 and not in Wp7.5. And if its compatible with wp7 you might want to change the intro and add wp7.5 in category.
19:58, 6 March 2013 (EET)
Pankaj: I actually would want to keep the full code in the project only, that way its easier to update, and there would be less chance on having old version, if something needs to be changed.aady: I would not see any problems on using it with WP7, basically I was working on WP8 maps API (not compatible with WP7) when I felt need for this item, so made it for it, and never got to testing it with WP7. Anyway, if you have tried with WP7, please let us know how it works in there as well.
22:09, 6 March 2013 (EET)
Hamishwillee - Minor subedit
Looks good to me. I did a minor further subedit and also added link in the ArticleMetaData to your actual source file in the Maps project.
FYI: We usually ask for source code in buildable project because this makes it easy to very that the code works, allows re-users to avoid copy-paste errors, and also gives us a compatibility point where we know the code worked. As your project is "living", simply linking to the source file as I have done above should be sufficient.
With respect to WP7.5 we'll normally tag with that category (as has been done) if there is no obvious reason it wouldn't work. However in the ArticleMetaData we take care to ensure that we list what we know it has been tested against (only)
Would be great if you could add what devices you've tested this against.
Thank you for this.
07:10, 18 March 2013 (EET)