Check out the new Windows CE 5.0 articles covering platform development, device driver development and testing, and application development.

How to Create, Customize, and Debug an Image for the Windows CE 5.0 Emulator
Article Summary: This article provides step-by-step instructions that will enable you to create, customize, build, download, and debug a Windows CE image to the Windows CE 5.0 Emulator. The article is divided into three parts, each containing a number of exercises you can complete. It will take approximately 60 minutes to complete all the steps. (37 printed pages)

How to Create a .NET Compact Framework Application by Using Visual Studio .NET 2003
Article Summary: This article provides step-by-step instructions for working with Visual Studio .NET 2003 to build and debug a .NET Compact Framework application in C#. You will build a C# forms-based application that will be deployed to a Windows CE–based emulator. This application will handle mouse down, move, and up events and will capture user scribble data. The scribble data can then be viewed on a desktop .NET Framework application also written in C#. This article is divided into three parts, each containing a number of exercises that you can complete. It will take approximately 60 minutes to complete all of the steps. (18 printed pages)
 
How to Develop and Test Device Drivers in Windows CE 5.0
Article Summary: This article provides an introduction to developing and testing a Windows CE 5.0 device driver. It provides step-by-step instructions for creating a stream driver, creating a custom Windows CE Test Kit (CETK) test, and writing an application to test the driver. It will take approximately 60 minutes to complete. (25 printed pages)
 
How to Use eMbedded Visual C++ 4.0 to Create an Application for the Windows CE 4.1 Emulator
Article Summary: This article provides step-by-step instructions for becoming familiar with the eMbedded Visual C++ programming environment and for creating and downloading an application to the Windows CE 4.1 emulator. The article is divided into five parts, each containing a number of exercises that you can complete. It will take approximately 60 minutes to complete all the steps. (34 printed pages)
 
How to Use Remote Tools to Track Memory Leaks in Windows CE Applications
Article Summary: This article provides a hands-on overview about the debug tools which can be used to track leaks within a Windows CE based-application or driver. You will create, customize, build, download, debug, and use remote tools against a Windows CE 5.0 operating system image running on the Windows CE Emulator. The lab will take approximately 60 minutes to complete. (39 printed pages)
 
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