August 31, 2014
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Android Is Closer to Windows Phone 7 Than Developers May Think

The differences between Android and Windows Phone 7 are mostly skin deep, so enterprising Android developers can port their current apps over to Windows Phone 7.

How a Java Developer Can Build a Windows Phone 7 Application

Want more distribution for your Java mobile app? Learn how to translate your Java skills onto the Windows Phone 7 platform.

Exploring Net60
Have you ever dreamt about porting your managed Windows Mobile application to Symbian OS? Or, maybe you wanted to develop a new one but were uncertain whether you need to learn a new paradigms and languages? Well, with Net60 from Red Five Labs, you may be relieved; you can continue your development in your favorite languages!

Explore the Microsoft .NET Micro Framework
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.

Going Mobile with the Active Template Library
Learn how to rapidly develop applications and add-ins using ATL for Windows CE.

Windows Mobile Development with MFC
Drill deeper into Mobile Development in C++ and go through the development and debugging of a Windows Mobile 6 application with a focus on MFC.

Visual C++ Smart Device Primer
Try a no-embedded-background-needed introduction into developing Windows Mobile applications in C++. With comprehensive support for smart device development in Visual C++ and great device emulation features in the Windows Mobile SDKs, mobile development is well within the reach of all Visual C++ developers.

Nominations for Product of the Year Begin October 15
Help choose the best of the best for the upcoming year.

Mixing Managed and Unmanaged Code in Your Windows Mobile Applications
With the increasing power of the Compact Framework, more and more development tasks under Windows Mobile may be accomplished using either C# or VB.NET. Nevertheless, there always will be something that you just can't do in there and therefore developing an interface to unmanaged code is almost inevitable. Learn few simple things you have to know on this way.

Challenging Windows Mobile 6.0
Windows Mobile 6.0 is finally officially available. What's new in there for you as a developer? This article tries to explore this new version of mobile OS.

Windows Mobile Development Made Easier with WTL
It isn't a big secret that anyone in development world would prefer one source code for all platforms rather than maintain several different copies. The Windows Template Library (WTL) gives you such an opportunity!

Working with Textual Data: Be Prepared for Unexpected Problems
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.

Simple Rules that Boost Your Mobile Application's Performance
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.

Using a Camera with Windows Mobile 5
Learn how to access a camera and capture video by using a Windows Mobile 5.0 API called DirectShow.

Developing Windows CE Device Drivers: May a Regular Application Benefit from It?
Device Driver Development is often considered as some kind of magic and not useful ato pplication programmers. Under Windows CE, this is by far not correct! Learn how may you benefit from it.

Video Playbacks on Windows Mobile 5.0: A Guide for Beginners
If you are new to media streaming and want to learn more, this is a good opportunity to explore new multimedia support in Windows Mobile 5.0.

Building Mobile Apps: No Pocket PC Required!
By Bradley L. Jones Learn how to build your first mobile device application using Visual Studio 2005. No PocketPC required!

Managing the Software Input Panel in Your Applications
Software Input Panel (SIP) is common component in different versions of Windows CE. In many cases you will need to manipulate SIP to make your application more convenient for the end user. Become a SIP Wizard, learn how you can manage SIP to empower your software!

Technology of the Year 2006
Technology is the fun stuff, especially when it is relatively new. See what our readers think is the hot technology going into 2006.

MS Visual Studio 2005: Should Mobile Developers Be Bothered with It?
Should you move over to MS Visual Studio 2005 for your mobile development?

Notifications and Power Management under Windows Mobile: Benefit from Both
Does your application need to get called at some point in time? Do you want to inform the user regarding what's going on? Learn how to use Windows Mobile Notifications and Power Manager, and benefit from both!

Mastering Windows Mobile Crypto API: Using Signatures and Certificates
Your data must be guarded from unauthorized access! Encryption, Digital Signatures, and Certificates—these are your workhorses. Learn how Crypto API can help you on this way on Windows Mobile devices.

Mastering Windows Mobile Crypto API: The Basics
In an era of global communications and data exchange, mobile devices became a natural part of complex software systems. Mobile applications manage more and more confidential data, which has to be guarded from unauthorized user. Crypto API provides robust way to perform all required tasks and keep your data secured. Learn the basics of cryptology techniques available on Windows Mobile devices.

Using the Windows Media Player Control on Handheld Devices
Have you ever wanted to show video clips in your application or maybe play audio files? Learn how to do it easily with Windows Media Player Control!

Fast and Simple Mobile Access to Pocket Outlook Data
Learn all about the new managed classes that enable C# and VB.NET Compact Framework developers to quickly gain access to Pocket Outlook data and modify it (if necessary) without additional products.

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