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AppHub, LiveFootie, ViewSource, Windows Phone

App Hub certified and dangerous

One day into my Easter holiday and in pops 2 emails from “Windows Phone Marketplace Developer Support”. Not the catchiest name, but it got me clicking and opening in seconds. Also nice to get an email at the weekend, putting my idea that they didn’t work weekends to the ground!

At long last LiveFootie version 1.5 has been certified with the following improvements:

  • Separate League page making it easier to navigate from league to menu
  • Pin to start for each league
  • Colour coding for matches – Yellow: finished, Green: Info, not started or in progress
  • Added teams playing in next match when there are no matches in addition to date and time
  • Added Swedish translation
  • Minor design and other bugs
  • Shortened some team names to make them fit the screen

Get the current version of LiveFootie here and be ready for the update some time 1st April:

The other app I quickly put together after the frustration of not being able to see the source html of Mark Boulton’s new http://www.gridsetapp.com/ a few weeks ago on my Windows Phone. So I set to work and here is the first version of ViewSource. It is very basic. It is also available in every region in the marketplace, which is a first for me, as my other app isn’t widely available due to the Facebook link.

  1. Enter a url
  2. Tap View Source
  3. View the source (limitted to ca. 600 lines)

Get the first version of ViewSource here (hopefully live sometime 1st April):

About markoo

I am a Dad of 4! Husband of 1! Ex-husband of 1! Developer of Windows Phone apps!


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