To co-incide with our latest source-code release of the Smart Device Framework, we’ve implemented an online source browser which you can use to view our complete portfolio of code. One of the features of this is the ability to search for keywords in the code. A good example of why you might want to do… Continue reading Browse and search Source Code
To give an overview of the various namespaces, classes, structures and interfaces which make up the OpenNETCF Smart Device Framework, I have created a poster – which you can now download in PDF format and print out as big as you want from the link below:- OpenNETCF Posters I’ll also be uploading shortly a further refresh to… Continue reading Smart Device Framework poster
The OpenNETCF Survey As we are approaching our first anniversary (and so is the .NET Compact Framework itself which was officially announced last March) we are interested to understand what you think of the code, articles etc we have created so far and what you would like to see from us in the future. We… Continue reading So what do you think of OpenNETCF?
Kevin Lisota has just posted about his excitement for the upcoming MDC in San Francisco. It’s shaping up to be a really interesting event and of course OpenNETCF will be providing an exciting session:- “CLI345 – Developing Real-world Smart Device Applications with Visual Studio .NET 2003, .NET Compact Framework and OpenNETCF SmartDevice Framework The .NET… Continue reading Microsoft Mobile Dev Con just over a month away
The Smart Device Framework, OpenNETCF’s ambitious collection of tools, libraries and controls has now been released. If you are a .NETCF developer you have to check this out:- http://www.opennetcf.org/smartdeviceframework.asp Enjoy!
This Win32 to .NET mapping article on MSDN caught my eye recently. It’s aim is to show the mapping between Win32 API functions and their managed equivalent. This is for the full desktop framework, would you be interested in a Compact Framework equivalent? Since Compact Framework development generally requires a fair bit of P/Invoke its… Continue reading Find your way around the API maze