“Smart Device Extensions (SDE) for Visual Studio .NET allow programmers to develop applications for the .NET Compact Framework, a new platform that maintains many of the features of the .NET Framework in a version optimized for handheld devices. This article shows how SDE provides access through Visual Studio .NET to a variety of .NET classes for devices running Windows CE, including classes for creating user interfaces. Data access classes and Web Services for the .NET Compact Framework are also explained. Following that overview, a sample Web Service called XMLList is built. Then the UI—the XMLList client-side application—is created.” Read the rest of the article at MSDN.
Develop PDA Apps for the .NET Compact Framework with VS.NET
2002-04-05 .NET 2 Comments
Go ahead, it will only cost you a couple thousand dollars.
does IT come with a boot disk? for a couple 1000 dollars IT should @leased 1/2 a boot disk. or is IT yet another gotti be online PayPer LieSense hostage scam?