Showing posts from July, 2010

So you want to create your dream app with Windows Phone

First thing first. Go directly to the link on this page and download the developer tools(this is a beta). You can use it with VS2010. How? May be I will write about it in my next post. Make sure you read the documentation and the guide.

You want to build a web site for Phone browsers. You can do it, and you can find the details at the same link.

You can get a bunch of other resources here as well.

Must read article if you are developing for Windows

Connection string is the entry point to develop any data-centric application that includes handheld or mobile platform. It really is the first step. If you are accessing SQL Server Compact then this article tells you all that you need to know about connecting to SQL Server Compact from Visual Studio, be it the latest VS2010 or an older data tecnnology.

Check out this article and let me know if you liked it.

After connecting you can develop a Pocket PC forms application as shown in this article on the same site:

Here is an abstract of the above article:
This article by Dr. Jayaram Krishnaswamy teaches how you may create a .NET Compact Framework (CF) 2.0 forms application. This can be used with Pocket PC 2003, or later devices. In the absence of a device being available for testing, the emulator is the next best thing. The applica…