The Definitive Guide to the .NET Compact Framework / Edition 1

The Definitive Guide to the .NET Compact Framework / Edition 1

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by Dan Fergus, Larry Roof
     
 

The .NET Compact Framework brings the world of managed code and XML Web services to smart devices, and it enables the execution of secure, downloadable applications on devices such as personal digital assistants (PDAs), mobile phones, and set-top boxes.

The Definitive Guide to the .NET Compact Framework targets both first-time and experienced mobile

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Overview

The .NET Compact Framework brings the world of managed code and XML Web services to smart devices, and it enables the execution of secure, downloadable applications on devices such as personal digital assistants (PDAs), mobile phones, and set-top boxes.

The Definitive Guide to the .NET Compact Framework targets both first-time and experienced mobile developers, and is a comprehensive guide to building mobile applications using the .NET Compact Framework (CF) and Smart Device Extensions (SDE) for Visual Studio .NET. Expert authors Larry Roof and Dan Fergus provide developers with everything they need to produce robust applications, including how to create effective user interfaces, work with device-based data sources, access enterprise data, leverage Web services, incorporate XML into applications, build help systems, and generate setup routines.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781590590959
Publisher:
Apress
Publication date:
09/29/2003
Edition description:
2003
Pages:
1032
Product dimensions:
7.02(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.81(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: .NET Compact Framework
Chapter 2: Smart Device Extensions
Chapter 3: Windows Forms
Chapter 4: Windows Forms Controls
Chapter 5: Creating Controls and Components
Chapter 6: Menus
Chapter 7: Graphics
Chapter 8: Input, Output, and Object Serialization
Chapter 9: Introduction to ADO.NET
Chapter 10: Data Binding
Chapter 11: Introduction to SQL Server CE
Chapter 12: Working with Server-Based Data
Chapter 13: Working with Client-Based Data
Chapter 14: Working with XML
Chapter 15: Networking Fundamentals
Chapter 16: Web Services
Chapter 17: Working with Unmanaged Code
Chapter 18: Working with POOM
Chapter 19: Building Help Systems
Chapter 20: Handling User Settings
Chapter 21: Creating Setups
Appendix A: Setting Up
Appendix B: Emulator
Appendix C: Resources

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