February, 2006

  • Marcus Perryman's WebLog

    Using EVC 4.0 to build code for WM 5.0

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    Picking up on a comment that Frankie Chow made on my LASS part 3 post : "... how can we develop [for Windows Mobile 5.0] using VC++4?" First of all I need to make this clear: It’s not possible to use EVC 4.0 to build applications that specifically...
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    VBUG Swindon presentation - "Essentials of Hack resistant apps"

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    As requested, here are the slides from last nights VBUG talk in Swindon. Marcus
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    Global Flyer

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    Round the world non stop in a hot air balloon certainly isn’t my idea of fun. However a smartphone app written in Compact Framework 2.0 that tracks the balloons progress in real-time is a bit more like it! Conchango are sponsoring the Virgin Atlantic...
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    Windows Mobile 5.0 upgrades available from HP

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    HP have just (finally!?) made WM 5.0 upgrades available for the 2100, 2400 and 2700. Each upgrade is £26 + VAT & shipping, http://www.ipaqchoice.com/Generic3.aspx?page=wm2005 The 4700 upgrade is expected 1st of March this year. (Thanks to...
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    Rory Blyth looses the plot

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    Life as an evangelist at Microsoft has finally tipped Rory over the edge. Check out just how far he will go to get the 'Windows Mobile 5.0 is cool and everyone should care!' message across. http://neopoleon.com/blog/posts/17356.aspx But then Windows...
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    Channel 9 Vid

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    Finally got the Alistair Baker interview released on C9. Let me know what you think. http://channel9.msdn.com/Showpost.aspx?postid=160120 For context check out this blog . Marcus
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    MSMQ on Windows Mobile 5.0

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    Did you know there is a new version of MSMQ for Mobile 5.0? The distribution package is available as an aditional download from here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/mobility/windowsmobile/downloads/default.aspx And finally its available through CF...
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