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Windows Mobile\u2122 2003 Second Edition software for Pocket PCs
Windows Mobile\u2122 2003 Second Edition software for Smartphones
Windows Mobile\u2122 2003 software for Pocket PCs
Windows Mobile\u2122 2003 software for Smartphones
Windows Mobile\u2122 2002 software for Pocket PCs
Windows Mobile\u2122 2002 software for Smartphones
Q: What tools are available for Pocket PC 2003 development?
Q: Will Pocket PC 2002 applications work on Pocket PC 2003 devices?
Q: Why is eVB development no longer supported for Pocket PC 2003?
Q: When will the .NET Compact Framework be available for Smartphone 2002?
Q: Is MFC or ATL available for Smartphone 2002 development?
Q: Can eMbedded Visual Basic 3.0 be used to build applications for Smartphone 2002?
Q: What tools are available for programming Microsoft's Smartphone 2003?
Q: What version of the .NET Compact Framework is available on Smartphone 2003?
Q: Will Smartphone 2002 applications work on Smartphone 2003 devices?
Q: What are example Smartphone 2002 and Smartphone 2003 devices?
Q: Is MFC or ATL available for Smartphone 2003 development?
Q: Where can I find more information about the Smartphone application security model?
Q: Can I use eMbedded Visual C+ + 4.0 to develop applications for Pocket PC or Smartphone?
Q: Can I use the Windows CE Standard SDK to develop applications for Pocket PC or Smartphone?
Q: What is the difference between eMbedded Visual Tools 3.0 and Visual Studio .NET?
Q: Why isn't eMbedded Visual C+ + integrated into Visual Studio .NET?
Q: What is the .NET Compact Framework?
Q: What are the key benefits of using the .NET Compact Framework?
Q: What devices can run the .NET Compact Framework?
Q: When will the .NET Compact Framework be available?
Q: Can the .NET Compact Framework run all .NET languages?
designed primarily as a phone device in both form factor and usage. It is well tuned for making and receiving calls
and as a messaging device. A Pocket PC is designed primarily as a small personal computer which is . great for
viewing and managing data and enhanced messaging. Some Pocket PC devices also have phone capabilities. You
should try to align your application with the usage characteristics of your target Windows Mobile device.
A : Each new version of the Windows Mobile software builds on the existing rich development platform available to
developers while maintaining a consistent core so applications can target the widest range of devices. There are
now three common Windows Mobile software releases:
Windows Mobile 2003 software : The 2003 software release added the .NET Compact Framework to 2003 based device ROMs. This enables developers to write managed code applications for Windows Mobile 2003-based devices. Other new features include Configuration Manager, Bluetooth
Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition : The Second Edition release enables device maker innovation
through the release of key functionality such as the support for Landscape, Square and High
Resolution screens for Pocket PC, and QVGA screens for Smartphone. The naming reflects the
consistency in the development platform which has not changed for this release, all the APIs to
Windows Mobile 2002 \u2013 OS Version : 3.0
Windows Mobile 2003 \u2013 OS Version : 4.20
Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition \u2013 OS Version : 4.21
A: To build native C+ + applications for the Pocket PC 2003, you will need Microsoft\u00ae eMbedded Visual C+ + \u00ae 4.0,
Microsoft\u00ae eMbedded Visual C+ + \u00ae 4.0 Service Pack 3, and the Pocket PC 2003 Software Development Kit. You
can download the eMbedded Visual C+ + tools and the Pocket PC 2003 SDK. The Windows Mobile 2003 Second
Edition emulator pack enables you to test your application on Second Edition devices. Note that the Pocket PC
2003 SDK does not support Microsoft\u00ae eMbedded Visual Basic\u00ae development. To build managed code
applications for Pocket PC 2003, you will need Visual Studio .NET 2003 and the Pocket PC 2003 SDK.
A: We will continue to support the eVB run-time in Pocket PC 2003 devices as a RAM installable component, so that older eVB applications will be able to run on the new device, but new eVB development for Pocket PC 2003 devices will not be supported leaving way for more powerful and robust development experiences with Visual Basic\u00ae .NET, Visual C# \u00ae .NET, and the Microsoft\u00ae .NET Compact Framework.
Based on customer feedback, the Pocket PC 2003 devices will include the .NET Compact Framework in ROM. The .NET Compact Framework is a subset of the full .NET Framework that is specifically designed for smart devices. It is a far more comprehensive, language neutral application engine than the eVB specific runtime that was provided in the Pocket PC 2000 and Pocket PC 2002 devices.
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