Here's an overview of designing and installing a Windows Mobile app that monitors the noise level in the surrounding environment and adjusts the ring volume of a Pocket PC accordingly.
MSDN Magazine October 2007
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I would like to develop a mobile application such as the one you find in iPhones but I don't know from where to start!!? I'm not looking for something complicated, just an a static application of an eBook that users can read an flip the pages, I don't think that you can do such animation easily in ASP.net so does anyone knows what tool that I can use to develop such application?
We show you how to build a location-aware task list application for Windows Mobile devices that uses GPS to remind you of a task when and where it's appropriate.
MSDN Magazine January 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
If you're building .NET client apps already, target them to Windows Mobile using the same skills and toolsets.
MSDN Magazine July 2007
Developers have myriad options when it comes to creating solutions for mobile devices. One of the greatest challenges facing mobile developers is finding a compact yet robust local storage solution. SQL Server CE 2.0 promises to deliver on both fronts. This new release represents a tremendous leap in terms of features and performance over its predecessor. This article will review some of the platform and tools choices developers have today. The authors will compare and contrast the significant new features in SQL Server CE 2.0 with the previous release. Following that, they will build a sample app for illustration.
Mark Brown and David Meunier
MSDN Magazine January 2003
I am currently deploying an asp.net 4.0 app and all is going as planned. We recently had a request to make this apps available to mobile phone users. These users can see the webcontent as they would if they were using a PC.
I would like to make these apps/websites compatible with mobile phone browsers.
What should be the standard for developing my sites to be mobile friendly?
Range of mobile devices:
- BlackBerry v4 +
- iPhone 3,3g,4
- Windows Mobile Phones
Windows Phone 7 has shipped, and now it's your turn to start developing apps for it. We'll introduce you to the Windows Phone Developer Tools and walk you through the creation of a Windows Phone application that accesses a web service.
MSDN Magazine October 2010