Multimedia Documentation – eHow-To

Windows Mobile just released a batch of what they’re calling, eHow-tos. Essentially, these are multimedia versions of what we call How To topics. Imagine having multimedia versions of walkthroughs, too. What do you think? Wouldn’t this be cool for Team System?

Windows Mobile eHow-tos

Learn more about application development for Windows Mobile 5.0 by watching our new eHow-tos: Multimedia Documentation, designed and delivered by the Microsoft Mobile and Embedded Devices User Assistance (MEDUA) team — the same team you count on for conceptual and procedural documentation topics, API reference material, code samples, and technical articles. The MEDUA team has taken their video camera into the offices of some of the top Windows Mobile developers, product managers, product planners, and programming writers. They found the Microsoft team members who have the tips, tricks, and information you need to know about the Windows Mobile platform and an integrated development environment. The result is a series of very technical, instructional videos and demos that you will find useful and easy to use.

Here’s a sample:

Creating a Managed Bluetooth Application Using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 (Level 200)

Anil Dhawan, a Program Manager in Windows Mobile, discusses using a Managed Class Library to create Bluetooth applications in C# and Visual BASIC .NET. (12:58 minutes)

110K Version | 300K Version    UPDATE: Links fixed.

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