It wasn’t long ago that ChevronWP7 was released, finally enabling everyone to take advantage of the Windows Phone 7 platform by running homebrew applications on it. Rafael Rivera said we could expect an update where the standard limit of 10 would be removed, though this sadly was not to be. After discussions, ChevronWP7 was discontinued, in favour of a homegrown homebrew solution from Microsoft. Continue reading ChevronWP7: Now without the sideload limit.
It’s a bit of a hassle to have to reflect the code as and when you want to use it in your code, so adding it to the files with the Windows Phone 7 SDK allows you to reference it just like any other included library. Continue reading Avoiding Reflection: Adding the InteropServices library to the WP7 SDK