Windows Mobile: Programmatically Making Contact

I’ve recently been working on a Windows Mobile Starter Kit (I’ll be uploading it shortly) that interacts with the internal Contact’s database on the Windows Mobile device. Last time I wrote an application that tried to read the Contacts, I used C++ to play around with POOM (the Pocket Outlook Object Model) and let’s just…

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Windows Mobile SDK: More imagemaps

I think I forgot to say that one of the navigation imagemaps from the discussions here on this blog is now live on MSDN, and you can see it here:  http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb158532.aspx Thanks everyone for your input. I’m currently pretty-fying the second, more involved, imagemap for inclusion in our next documentation update. I’ll have more information…

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Windows Mobile SDK: Using AppVerifier

Do you know what AppVerifier is? No? You’re not alone – I’m guessing that many Windows Mobile developers haven’t discovered this great tool for finding issues with C++ application. If you’re a member of that club, may I suggest this new screencast video that we just published to MSDN. It’ll talk you through finding, downloading…

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Windows Mobile 6: New Content for MEDC Part 2

It’s been an exciting day here (that is, “exciting” in nerdy technical writing terms) as we’ve finally published our Windows Mobile 6 SDK documentation set onto MSDN, and so to the world at large. It’s actually still propagating to the MSDN site – there are 20 to 30,000 topics being updated! – so it takes a few…

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Windows Mobile 6: What they’re saying on the internets.

I’m still not allowed to say much about Windows Mobile 6 until next week, other than it exists, it’s cool, it does nice things to your email and it’s more secure. I can probably get away with listing some links to what’s happening on the cyberspace tubes though: PocketPCThoughts: Windows Mobile 6 Unveiled Pocket PC Thoughts…

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