The best way to master Windows Phone 7 development is to watch an expert do it, from start to finish. Adam Nathan's first volume, 101 Windows Phone 7 Apps, Volume I, proved that, teaching WP7 development by walking through the construction of 50 realistic, complete apps - all packed with code that's easy to borrow and extend. Now, in 101 Windows Phone 7 Apps, Volume II, Nathan returns with another 51 great Windows Phone 7 apps that take developers even further towards success. Like its predecessor, this 100% practical book doesn't focus on unnecessary theory. Instead, Nathan shows developers exactly what it takes to build the kind of apps people will actually want to buy. He brings insider's insight to these and many other Windows Phone 7 features and development tasks: choosers, launchers, hub integration, HTML-based apps, location-aware apps, networking, RSS, password protection, push and toast notifications, badges, scoreboards, custom rotation, Xbox LIVE Avatar support, Silverlight, and game physics. Readers will build apps ranging from email search to mapping, Twitter and Foursquare integration to Dodgeball and MineSweeper. As they do, they'll learn all the skills - and get all the code - they need to build their own winning mobile apps, right now!