Recently, Jevgeni asked me how much code I was able to share between my projects by using a Portable Library. He is contemplating building a Windows Phone and a Windows Store app and wants to create a Portable Library for sharing common code.
So I decided to get some numbers based on my new app code which is going to (hopefully) reach Windows Store soon.
Code sharing between a Portable Library and a Windows Store app
The app is not 100% ready yet, so I might add few lines of code but at the moment it turns out I placed more than 70% of my code in a Portable Library.
However, I invested quite a lot into having such a structure as I plan to release a Windows Phone app around the same core.
While you are waiting for my new app to be released :), go ahead and try my other apps already in the Windows Store: Puzzle Frenzy (download link) and Puzzle Frenzy Kids (download link).
RunTime is a FREE stopwatch app for Windows Phone 7.
The stopwatch continues to run in the background even if you lock the screen or leave the app.
The app allows saving laps.
The app shows both the main stopwatch timer as well as the current lap timer.
You can download the app by scanning the following QR code with Bing Vision (Press the Search button on your WP, press “Vision” then point the camera at the scree and follow the link):
Otherwise you can download it by visit the following link: