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I stumbled across this series of posts by Maarten Struys and Dougturn on "Getting started with windows mobile development with Visual C#". I remember Joel too having mentioned it in one of his posts. I went through a couple of articles and was able to create a few basic applications in C#. I must mention that creating a basic application with your menus and a few controls takes no time at all in visual C#. The visual designer is nice, supports a lot more controls and takes care of things that you would usually have to write code for if you were developing in Win32/C++.

Here are the links to the series, and I suggest you read through them whenever you find time.

Part 1: Creating your first application

Part 2: Device Emulator and Device Emulator Manager

Part 3: Basic WinForm App development for Windows Mobile Devices

Part 4: Adding Custom Controls and Making Use of GPS Hardware

Part 5: Introduction to SQL Server CE

Part 6: Device Security and Application Deployment

Part 7: Mobile Web Development

 

Posted on Saturday, November 14, 2009 1:48 AM General | Back to top


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This is an excellent website of learning a new easy way of managing codes for windows mobile development by dividing into 7parts. Each part consist a definite introduction for specified topic of a part, creating application development, formation of a code with easy visuals of graphics, and much more. One should visit this clarifying site for ones own betterment in any usage.
Left by mobile application development on Nov 20, 2009 5:07 AM

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Kasino, I am not sure about MSDEV 2005, if you are referring to "Developer Studio" then thats a old name used collectively for all the development environments provided by Microsoft. As far as I know, currently, Visual Studio is the de facto tool used for Windows Mobile (5/6/6.1/6.5) development.
Left by Prabhu on Feb 22, 2010 3:38 AM

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