Creating a WP7 app: Supporting dark and light themes

In this post I will show how to create an application that supports both the dark and the light themes, without the hassle of creating two sets of images, icons or styles.

This post is part of a series of posts I’ve planned on my findings while writing a windows phone 7 application (see the previous┬ápost, on the problem of caching urls, here).
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Creating a WP7 app: Caching urls problem

After two weeks of programming I can finally state that my first Windows Phone 7 application is 100% functional and ready. Now it only needs to go through the marketplace certification tests and then I’ll be the proud owner of an official WP7 app.The following days I will put up short blogs describing some of the things I’ve learned while making this app; small tips, links to interesting guides, etc. I will not describe the app itself in these posts (scheduled once the app is published) and try to formulate my problems and solutions as generic as possible. Consider these posts a gathering of my recent acquired new WP7 development knowledge.

This first post will explain the problem with WP7 devices caching urls you are trying to reach.

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