23 packages returned for Tags:"sl4-windowsphone71"

NUnrar for extracting rar files in .NET with forward-only reading and file random access APIs.
The goal of AtomicMVVM is to allow developers to work with MVVM in their XAML based solutions (XPF, WinRT) with minimal effort while not getting in the way of the code. It requires .NET 4.5 or higher. The design goals of AtomicMVVM are (in order): simple over feature rich, unobtrusive over less code... More information
The goal of AtomicStorage is to allow developers to easily cache and restore data during the process lifecycle (suspend/resume) in Windows Phone and Windows 8 (Metro) applications. It is designed to work with good MVVM frameworks.
GoFigure provides unified .NET, Silverlight, jQuery, and Windows Phone configuration, providing the flexibility to quickly swap configuration sources from local file-based settings to anywhere you desire (e.g. remote SQL Server storage, WCF XML service, RESTful JSON service, custom, etc.).
GoFigure provides unified .NET, Silverlight, jQuery, and Windows Phone configuration, providing the flexibility to quickly swap configuration sources from local file-based settings to anywhere you desire (e.g. remote SQL Server storage, WCF XML service, RESTful JSON service, custom, etc.).
GoFigure provides unified .NET, Silverlight, jQuery, and Windows Phone configuration, providing the flexibility to quickly swap configuration sources from local file-based settings to anywhere you desire (e.g. remote SQL Server storage, WCF XML service, RESTful JSON service, custom, etc.).
The "Cocktail Async Pack for Visual Studio 2012" enables Cocktail/DevForce 2010 projects targeting .NET Framework 4.0 or Silverlight 5 to use the Async language feature in C# 5 and Visual Basic 11. This pack requires Visual Studio 2012 and will not work with Visual Studio 2010.
GoFigure provides unified .NET, Silverlight, jQuery, and Windows Phone configuration, providing the flexibility to quickly swap configuration sources from local file-based settings to anywhere you desire (e.g. remote SQL Server storage, WCF XML service, RESTful JSON service, custom, etc.).