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NoTo - RottenTomatoes Browser for Windows Phone

Posted 25 April 2011 - 11:25 PM

Today I worked a bit on a side project - a RottenTomatoes browser for Windows Phone, called NoTo (if you are familiar with the platform, you might even be able to catch the name reference). The project started after this contest/event was announced, so I thought that it might be fun to see what I can build for the mobile platform I am actively working with.

Here are some screenshots of what it currently looks like right now:

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Consider this to be a "rough draft" - more changes are coming soon and I will publish partial source code tomorrow (I am still working on the app functionality).

The app itself is based on the MVVM Light framework (separation of concerns is what it needs for sure) - this is the only third-party library/framework I am using. I am also referencing the native Siverlight JSON parser to work with the data obtained through the web API.

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Re: NoTo - RottenTomatoes Browser for Windows Phone

Posted 26 April 2011 - 06:55 AM

Your tomato in the background should rot and age depending on the movie selected. Just say'n... that would freak a few people out.
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