Should WPDev Target Both 7 and 8? - by Keith Ward
What to do about Windows Phone 7? That's a question developers working on the Windows Phone platform are likely asking themselves. They fall into one of two camps: - They have an existing app on Windows Phone 7 and want to tweak it to work with Windows Phone 8 - They skipped Windows Phone 7 for Windows Phone 8, and have published an app or are currently building one. If that's you, Microsoft is providing guidance on how to handle the Windows Phone 7 installed base. It comes via a blog posting from Bernardo Zamora. Zamora says if you have a Windows Phone 7 app and want Windows Phone 8 users to be able to use it without upgrading the app itself for Windows Phone 8, you don't need to do anything, since Windows Phone 8 users will see your app (he does recommend, however, testing your app in a Windows Phone 8 emulator to make sure nothing is amiss).
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