Making Win32 applications mobile: porting to Windows CE

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John Wiley, Aug 8, 2002 - Computers - 540 pages
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In an increasingly mobile world, millions of developers with Windows programming experience need to quickly transfer their skills to creating compact, asynchronous CE applications. This book presents a roadmap to guide developers through the intricate tasks of porting and reworking Win32 applications to enable them to run efficiently and usefully on Windows CE-based mobile devices.
* Presents a set of metrics for developers to determine when and how best to proceed in porting Win32 applications
* Shows developers how to understand the embedded-system bias inherent in Windows CE and how to write applications that use this as a strength
* Covers Unicode, which is mandatory for Windows CE, and explains how to consider the effect of various screen resolutions

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Adapting Application Appearance to Windows CE
A Better Approach to Forms
Handling Graphical Input and Output

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About the author (2002)

NANCY NICOLAISEN is a software engineering consultant and trainer, currently specializing in Windows CE. Her firm, n2 software engineering, has recently released Field Trip, a forms-based data collection program for handheld devices. Nicolaisen is the author of two previous books, has contributed regularly to Dr. Dobb's Journal, Database Advisor, PC Magazine, and Byte, and is the former Development Tools columnist for Computer Shopper.

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