Learn about mobile device programming through WiMo, a Windows Mobile-powered robot.
MSDN Magazine August 2008
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Windows Mobile 6.5 is the first version of the OS to expose gesture support to developers. Marcus Perryman explains how five touch screen gestures are handled, detailing message routing, the physics engine and some handy tips and tricks.
MSDN Magazine February 2010
This article describes how to use the Windows Touch API and related APIs to enhance mobile application. The discussion focuses on general usability, object selection and implementing a natural user interface.
MSDN Magazine December 2009
Many commercial phone models, including Windows phones, come with a VPN client. This article covers some of the basics of the technology behind IKEv2 and MOBIKE and how to use them to create and manage a VPN for a mobile phone.
MSDN Magazine September 2009
Mike Calligaro shows you the basics of using XNA Game Studio 3.0 to write games for Zune.
MSDN Magazine May 2009
OMA Device Management (OMA-DM), based on a dialect of XML called SyncML, can be used to provision and manage mobile devices in an enterprise scenario. We'll show you how.
MSDN Magazine February 2009
Marcus Perryman explains the correct use of Connection Manager when a Windows Mobile application requires network data.
MSDN Magazine December 2008
We show you how to create ink-enabled apps quickly with the Tablet PC SDK and the InkEdit and InkPicture ActiveX controls.
MSDN Magazine October 2008
We show you the techniques for building adaptable applications that can make the best use of different screens and capabilities on Windows Mobile devices.
MSDN Magazine June 2008
Learn how you can set up every mobile device in your company with a few lines of code and some XML--thanks to the provisioning APIs in the Windows Mobile SDK.
MSDN Magazine April 2008
User Account Control in Windows Vista keeps the OS safe from intentional and accidental configuration changes.
MSDN Magazine January 2007
ADO.NET 2.0 will streamline your data access development efforts. Its new features let you work better with XML and SQL Server, and they offer lots of other improvements as well. This article takes a detailed look at some of the more interesting enhancements and focuses on performance and flexibility.
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