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  • Blog Post: The Journey of the Lunch Launcher: Part 6 - Processing messages

    Part 1 - The origins of the 'lunch launcher' Part 2 - MEDC 2007 Part 3 - Managing the Transport Part 4 - Sending messages Part 4b - The output channel Part 5 - Receiving messages Last time, I talked about how the Lunch Launcher receives messages . Today's topic is now the messages are processed. As with...
  • Blog Post: The Journey of the Lunch Launcher - Part 5: Receiving messages

    Part 1 - The origins of the 'lunch launcher' Part 2 - MEDC 2007 Part 3 - Managing the Transport Part 4 - Sending messages Part 4b - The output channel In the series so far, we have seen how the Lunch Launcher manages the Store and Forward Messaging transport objects and how it sends messages (invitations...
  • Blog Post: The Journey of the Lunch Launcher - Part 4b: The output channel

    Part 1 - The origins of the 'lunch launcher' Part 2 - MEDC 2007 Part 3 - Managing the Transport Part 4 - Sending messages There is a time honored tradition in some television series of having, for example, 'Season 4' and 'Season 4b'. This weblog is no different. Welcome to Part 4b! Last time, I described...
  • Blog Post: The Journey of the Lunch Launcher: Part 4 - Sending messages

    Part 1 - The origins of the 'lunch launcher' Part 2 - MEDC 2007 Part 3 - Managing the Transport Last time, I talked about how the Lunch Launcher manages the transport objects used to communicate via Store and Forward Messaging on the .NET Compact Framework. Today, I'm going to discuss how messages are...
  • Blog Post: The Journey of the Lunch Launcher: Part 3 - Managing the Transport

    Part 1 - The origins of the 'lunch launcher' Part 2 - MEDC 2007 In the first two installments (linked above), I introduced the lunch launcher and talked about getting ready for its debut at MEDC 2007 in Las Vegas. Now it's time to start looking at how the .NET Compact Framework v3.5 Store and Forward...
  • Blog Post: The Journey of the Lunch Launcher: Part 2 - MEDC 2007

    In part 1 , I introduced the lunch launcher. Today, I'm going to talk a bit about the preparations for the "world premier" of the lunch launcher from MEDC 2007. Before getting started, I set out a few goals: Provide an introduction to the Store and Forward Messaging feature of .NET Compact Framework...
  • Blog Post: The Journey of the Lunch Launcher: Part 1 - The origins of the 'lunch launcher'?

    Several years ago, when I first joined the .NET Compact Framework team, we took some time (a week, if memory serves) to play with our product. We called that our "app building" time. At it's heart, app building is an opportunity for us to get a feel for the experience our customers will have with our...
  • Blog Post: Handy "What is supported" table for Windows Communication Foundation in .NET Compact Framework v3.5

    Last month, Andrew Arnott posted a very handy table that compares the Windows Communication Foundation features found in .NET Framework v3.0 with those found in .NET Compact Framework v3.5 . This is an invaluable resource for anyone writing Windows Communication Foundation code for both PC and Mobile...
  • Blog Post: Mark Prentice Introduces Store and Forward Messaging in .NET Compact Framework v3.5

    Yesterday, Mark posted a 'Hello World' example using the Store and Forward Messaging technology which will ship with version 3.5 of the .NET Compact Framework (currently in beta). For me, this post is particularly exciting since it allows me to start talking about the feature that I have been busilly...
  • Blog Post: Windows Communication Foundation for .NET Compact Framework

    Yesterday, Mark Prentice posted an introduction to the Windows Communication Foundation for .NET Compact Framework . Like him, I would like to recommend reading Roman Batoukov 's post from last October . One of the reasons that I have been slow to post to this weblog in recent months is that I have been...
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