This week’s poll: SDK versions

Robert Levy would like to know which version of the SDK you use to write native code apps (or if you don’t use native code at all):

Let us hear it!

Comments (5)

  1. Peter Foot says:

    I use primarily the 2003 SDKs (both Pocket PC and Smartphone) and these are dll projects (all the fun UI stuff is done in .NETCF).

    I do have a couple of projects which support a wider range of devices so I also use eVC++ 3 and the 2000 and 2002 SDKs.

  2. Mike Dimmick says:

    Pocket PC 2000 SDK for the most part, but we’re still dealing with some second-hand and/or dated data capture equipment such as Symbol PPT 2800s. I don’t think we’ll ship a new system based on PPT 2700s (MIPS processor), but they’re still suitable for running our thin-client software. A few components and apps have been compiled with the Pocket PC 2002 SDK where we wanted to use a newer feature (e.g. the Shell Notification API).

    We’re developing most new applications using C# and .NETCF but with some components in native DLL form.

  3. Riki says:

    mostly smartphone 2002, sometimes i use 2003 when i want to debug on my phone.

    but then theirs that bug where activesync will dsiconnect for no reason, and if you try another debug session a model dialog pops up says another app is busy with a "switch to" button, which when pushed opens the start menu, and stays open. so you have to forceably close evc. and this will continue until you reboot the machine (restarting activesync/phone doesn’t fix it). i’m sure other people have had this, i’ve had it on several machines now.

  4. Lutz Bendlin says:

    Exclusively PPC2002. It’s a shame that you cannot properly use eVC4 with that. So I’m stuck with eVC3.

    Win32 rocks! programs are much, much smaller and faster.

  5. huh? says:

    Poll doesn’t actually list any specific SDK’s.