Mobile Data Section Index
Take advantage of the latest BlackBerry features by adding video recording capabilities to your applications.
The results you get out of any performance prediction exercise are bound to be wrong. The goal is to make them as least wrong as possible. Rob Bogue will help you understand how to avoid getting them too wrong.
The Microsoft .NET Micro Framework, formerly known as Smart Personal Objects Technology (SPOT), is a powerful and flexible platform for rapidly creating embedded device firmware with Microsoft Visual Studio. Now is just the right time to explore this new world.
Help Developer.com choose the best of the best for the upcoming year.
Mobile development has steadily become more than just a 'nice-to-have' feature, thanks to the permanently growing power of PDAs. Many desktop applications were ported to run in a mobile environment. Learn about a few underwater stones you might face when handling textual data.
If you are a mobile developer, you have to survive in a multiple GUI environment. Regardless of which mobile OS you target, there is a point when you finally face it: You need to support different GUIs for different platforms. Learn about one possible technique to achive this goal.
Application performance is usually a grey and painful area. Users obviously want your application to be rich in functionality and fly like a rocket with minimum resources required and so forth. How can you get closer to such an ideal creature? Learn a few simple rules and methods that will improve your mobile application's performance.
You are probably still pumping data in and out of a database, just as we all did a decade or more ago. That makes it all the more surprising that mistakes are still being made that date back to the good old days of Windows 95 and before.
Here is your chance to help us determine which products should be called Developer.com Product of the Year 2005 in their respective category.
Jonathan Lurie says, 'The temporal proximity of converging device hardware, juxtaposed with viable mobile software development, suggests we may have slept past high noon with respect to mobile computing.' Now catch your breath and find out what he's talking about.
When it comes to data management in Windows CE and PocketPC applications, real power has more to do with precision of access than just about anything else.
The votes have been counted. See what you chose as the Product of the Year 2003.