Keeper from Callpod for Windows Mobile 6.x- are your passwords safe?

While looking at mobile applications I came across Keeper from Callpod. You can see them on the Microsoft Mobile Marketplace at this location – http://marketplace.windowsphone.com/search.aspx?keywords=keeper Here is the description:: Keeper is the most downloaded Password Security App with over 1 million trusted users worldwide. CNET editors award it 4½ stars out of 5 while acclaiming…

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Developing Widgets for Windows Mobile 6.5

Summary Windows Mobile® widgets typically are single-purpose applications to display data obtained from the Internet. They are written using JavaScript and bring the wealth of experience of Web developers to the Windows Mobile platform. Since widgets are installed and run locally on the mobile device, they provide ease of use and a better Internet user…

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Widget Anatomy – Performance and Battery Life on Windows Phone

In part 3 of his series on Widgets for Windows Mobile 6.5, Jorge Peraza talks about how to write great widgets without draining the batteries of your new 6.5 device. if your new to the world of developing solutions one of the challenges is to remember that the device you are writing for has limited…

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Widget Anatomy – Performance and Battery Life

In part 3 of his series on Widgets for Windows Mobile 6.5, Jorge Peraza talks about how to write great widgets without draining the batteries of your new 6.5 device. if your new to the world of developing solutions one of the challenges is to remember that the device you are writing for has limited…

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Widget Anatomy – The Keys for a Great User Experience

Jorge Peraza continues his great discussion around widgets on Windows Mobile 6.5 with a look at the user experience and how to code for multiple screen resolutions.   John O’DonnellMicrosoft Dynamics ISV Architect EvangelistMicrosoft Corporation (b) http://blogs.msdn.com/jodonnell  (b) http://blogs.msdn.com/usisvde  (w) https://channel9.msdn.com/Wiki/DynamicsCRM/HomePage/  (t) http://www.twitter.com/jodonnel 

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Widget Anatomy – The Manifest

Developing Widgets for Windows Mobile 6.5 is fun and in this series Jorge Peraza describes the widget manifest. Now that Mobile 6.5 devices are out it is time to start looking at their capabilities beginning with widgets.   John O’DonnellMicrosoft Dynamics ISV Architect EvangelistMicrosoft Corporation (b) http://blogs.msdn.com/jodonnell  (b) http://blogs.msdn.com/usisvde  (w) https://channel9.msdn.com/Wiki/DynamicsCRM/HomePage/  (t) http://www.twitter.com/jodonnel 

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Porting your iPhone applications to Windows Mobile

With Microsoft Mobile devices running version 6.5 of our mobile OS coming to the market towards the end of the year, now is the time to be thinking about porting your iPhone applications to Windows Mobile. With the launch of our Mobile Marketplace you will not only be able to build a compelling application but…

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