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Saturday, March 5, 2011

windows mobile 7 development

Windows Mobile lets you reuse your existing Visual Studio and .NET development skills and server infrastructure to extend your applications to mobile devices and give users new experiences and solve new business problems.

Creating programs that run on Windows Mobile phones is just as easy as writing apps for the desktop. Follow the steps on this page and you'll have a running Windows Mobile application.

Get the Tools


You need the following tools to create a Windows Mobile application:

Get Visual Studio 2008 or 2010. You will need Visual Studio to develop applications for Windows Mobile. It will allow you to author, debug, and package your application for delivery from one easy-to-use interface. Learn more at the Visual Studio Developer Center.
Download the latest Windows Mobile SDK. The SDK contains the API header and library files you will need to access Windows Mobile functionality as well as documentation, sample application projects, and emulators that allow you to deploy and debug your application, even if you don’t have a Windows Mobile device.
Get ActiveSync or Windows Mobile Device Center. You will need to have ActiveSync or Windows Mobile Device Center in order to deploy applications to a Windows Mobile device or to an emulator. Windows Vista ships with Windows Mobile Device Center. For Windows XP, you can download and install the latest version of ActiveSync if you don’t already have it.


Please click here for Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 (ISO)

Create, Build, and Run an Application

Click here to start from the basics of Windows mobile development using Silverlight 4.0 or go to the link http://www.thinktoinnovate.com/2011/01/windows-7-mobile-application-using.html .

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