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Geo-fence Garage Door Using Raspberry Pi, Azure, C#, and Windows Phone Part Five

In part four, we created Azure Mobile Services, we added a table that keeps track of the garage door status, and our Raspberry Pi program will open/close the garage door when the status of the garage changes.
In part five, we will create a background task and a Windows Phone application that will update the garage door status and give us a feedback via toast notification.
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Geo-fence Garage Door Using Raspberry Pi, Azure, C#, and Windows Phone Part Four

We can control the garage door from our Raspberry Pi, via relay module and a modified garage door opener.
In this part, we will create a Mobile Service and azure table, where we will keep information about the garage door. You will need Microsoft Azure subscription.
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Geo-fence Garage Door Using Raspberry Pi, Azure, C#, and Windows Phone Part Three

In part three, we will connect the Relay to the garage door opener and control the door from the Raspberry Pi.
Here is what you will need for part three, in in addition to the hardware/software you used in parts one and two.
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Geo-fence Garage Door Using Raspberry Pi, Azure, C#, and Windows Phone Part Two

In part one we setup our Raspberry Pi, installed Mono, and ran our first C# program.
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Geo-fence Garage Door Using Raspberry Pi, Azure, C#, and Windows Phone Part One

You’ve experienced the joy of making LEDs blink and change colors. What is next, what will you do with all this power? The power that is making you feel like a superhero without a villain, empty and useless.
Meet your evil garage door. Think of it as a self-absorbed celebrity who will never try to remember names or acknowledge your existence. It expects you to know everything about it, yet it won’t even notify you when you forget to close it, or give you confirmation when you are not sure whether you closed it or not.
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Step by step tutorial on how to use Windows Speech API

Step by step tutorial on how to use Windows Speech API
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Windows 8 App Informed American

Informed American using the Watch list
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Working with secondary tiles in WP7 Mango

Creating, updating and deleting secondary tiles. Use external images as secondary tile background images.
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Consuming WCF service from Windows 8

Consuming WCF service from Windows 8 (c# xaml) metro application and using ListView/WrapGrid controls
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Custom Ringtone

Extracting Audio from video in Expression Encoder and using the audio as a custom ringtone on WP7 7.1 Mango.
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Mango With Bing Maps DirectionsTask

Turn by turn directions with Mango. Using Bing maps task and Bing maps directions task with Windows Phone 7.1 Mango.
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Windows Phone 7 Using AutoCompleteBox

Using AutoCompleteBox in Windows Phone 7 with local data and data from wcf service call.
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Windows Phone 7 Creating Looping Selector Part 2

Part 2 of 2 Windows Phone 7 - creating looping control (Date/Time picker style) that will present numbers to the user.
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Windows Phone 7 Creating Looping Selector Part 1

Part 1 of 2 Windows Phone 7 - creating looping control (Date/Time picker style) that will present numbers to the user.
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Windows Phone 7 Using Fluid Move Behaviors

How to use fluid move behaviors in Windows Phone 7.
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Windows Phone 7 Transition Video Tutorial

Windows Phone 7 how to add transition animation from one page to another page in your application, I will also add media player to the app.
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Windows Phone 7 Navigation Video Tutorial

Windows Phone 7 Series. Navigating between pages and passing data from one page to another page.
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Windows Phone 7 Video 2

This Video Tutorial I will add a list box to the WP7 app and data-bind it to the selected item of another list-box using Blend 4 Beta and Visual Studio 2010 Exp for WP7.
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Windows Phone 7 video 1

This is my first video tutorial for WP7. In this video tutorial I will create Windows Phone 7 Application that will use WCF Service.
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Video Fifteen

Video 15, in this video tutorial I will show you how to style a Silverlight 3 ListBox using Blend 3.
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Video Fourteen

Video 14, in this video I will add Full-Screen button functionality to the media player.
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Video Thirteen

Video 13, in this video I will add SliderControl to the media player and use it to control the MediaElement Volume.
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Video Twelve

Video 12, in this video we are going to add Stop and Mute buttons to the media player.
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Video Elevel

Video 11, this video will show how to handle click events for Previous and Next buttons of media player.
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Video Ten

Video 10, in this Video I will show how to handle click event for Play/Pause button. I will also do some tweaking.
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Video Nine

Video 9, this video is about adding Play/Pause, Previous, and Next buttons, we will also style our buttons so they fit into the look of our page.
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Video Eight

Video 8, in this video I will add MediaPlayer to our MainPage and set it's source to the selected item of the Media ListBox.
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Silverlight 4 Video 3 of 4

(PART 3 OF 4) In this video I will enable the Copy, Paste, Clear, and Close Buttons plus we will handle the ClickEvents for each button.
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Silverlight 4 Video 4 of 4

(PART 4 OF 4) I can’t think of a reason why you would want to print from the Clipboard, but that is what we are going to do in this video.
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Silverlight 4 Video 1 of 4

(PART 1 OF 4) In this video I will use the right click event to show a menu that will let you print a control (it this case RichTextArea control).
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Silverlight 4 Video 2 of 4

(PART 2 OF 4) In this video I will enable a button that will let us print selected text from a RichTextArea, and we will add another event that will collapse the menu.
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Video Seven

Video 7, in this video I will add another List box to the main page and populate it, using the selected item of the existing list box.
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Video Six

Video 6, in this video I will DataBind the image and the text block of the list box. I will also DataBind the image on the main page to the selected item.
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Editing Visual States of ListBox

Video 5, in this video I am going to make our list box little more interactive by adding VisualStates.
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Using Custom ListBox Panel

Video 4, in this video I am going to add custom panel to our project and our list box is going to use this custom panel.
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Editing ListBox Template in Blend

Video 3, in this video I will create a new ItemTemplate for our list box and try to give it a custom look.
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Basic Data Binding

Video 2, in this video I will create a list box and DataBind it using our WCF service, and show an Image from our Database.
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LINQ to SQL and WCF Service

Video 1, in this video I will create Silverlight 3 application and make a connection with our Database.
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