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
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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
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
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
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2)ÃÂ Can someone also tell me how does MOSS handle mobile requests i.e the underlying architecture?
I need to develop a mobile page for foundation 2010 which contain two search textboxes and retrive fields from a sharepoint list. I never worked on sharepoint mobile pages. I am totally confused with SDK information. Can any one pull me out with some example..
I am devloping ASPX pages and I want to prevent caching of pages. So i have used the following code:
<% @OutputCache Location = "None" Duration="1" VaryByParam="none" %>
But this code is working only for the desktop browsers. This is not working in mobile browsers.
Can somebody help me in resolving this issue.
I am doing some research on Variations for rendering our website on Mobile devices. Our current publishing site is not rendered properly on devices...
My questions is -
Is Variations a default/standard solution that people use for SharePoint Publishing sites on Mobile devices?
If yes, Please point me to an implementation that uses Variations for mobile devices specifically, or a guide on how to implement variations for mobile devices. All that Google gives me is for Multi-Language support.
If not, what other solutions are there for rendering SharePoint publishing sites on Mobile devices?
Thanks in advance.