April 18, 2014
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Developing ActiveSync Service Providers: Desktop Part Implementation
MS ActiveSync Service Providers give you almost unlimited control over the data synchronization process between a mobile device and a desktop computer. Get updated on how to implement your own ASP to empower your applications.

Developing ActiveSync Service Providers: The First Look
After you have learned relatively simple but powerful functionality MS ActiveSync exposes to application programmers, it is time to move on and study more complex solutions thtat give you additional control over data synchronization.

Your Windows Mobile 5.0 Applications Can Monitor Clients and Respond to Change
The new State and Notification Broker API provides the Windows Mobile 5.0 environment with a built-in notification broker structure. Learn to use this API to implement code that monitors and responds to changes in client system states.

Understanding Mobile Data Synchronization: Creating Custom File Filters
MS ActiveSync has many great features you can utilize in your applications. This article will guide you through an implementation of custom File Filters to make possible file conversions to pass the data back and forth between the PDA and desktop computer.

Understanding Mobile Data Synchronization: Utilizing MS ActiveSync Capabilities at a High Level
Have you ever experienced an adventure of data synchronization between your PDA and PC? For many applications, it might be more than a "nice-to-have" feature. Learn which way is more suitable for your requirements in case you really need it.

Developing Pocket Outlook Add-Ins
There are many various components that can be used with Pocket Outlook. Why not create your own? Learn how simple and powerful it is. Discover new ways your application can be used.

How to Add Pocket Outlook Features to Your Mobile Application
With the help of POOM (Pocket Outlook Object Model), you can implement sophisticated and customized mobile applications with rich functionality.

Migrating Applications to the .NET Compact Framework c2.0 and Windows Mobile 5.0
Get a "head start" on preparing your mobile application to function properly with Windows Mobile 5.0 and the Compact Framework 2.0. Discover the new features and functionalities available to Pocket PC and Smartphone applications and explore changes that could affect performance and usability.

Exploring Extended TAPI Functions
Effectively manage various communications task by using the extended functions within TAPI (Windows CE's Telephone API).

Managing Calls and Transferring Data with TAPI
Take advantage of the power behind TAPI (Windows CE Telephone API) devices... translating a phone number, making a call, and sending/receiving data over opened lines.

Understanding Windows CE Telephone API (TAPI): Introduction
Explore the wide world of TAPI programming... telephonic hardware, intertnal modem, and GSM, to name a few. TAPI provides a powerful mechanism for operating on those devices and hides all low-level details from the application developer.

Using The CE HTML Viewer Control To Create Powerful, Customized Presentations
You will be creating an HTML viewer control on a CE device. Once animated, this control allows you to pass any data that is capable of being rendered using HTML tags from the desktop device to the CE device. The power and elegance of this approach can hardly be overstated.

An Ancient Story of Control Panel Applets
Have you ever used Control Panel? Definitely yes. Now, learn to create your own Control Panel applets to serve your needs.

Understanding the DLL Header File
Create a DLL to contain your own remotely invoked function. The key to this job is creating the correct header file.

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