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Because of this desire for instant data, we have the Internet, cell phones, Wi-Fi, MP3 players, and DVD players.
There are currently two choices for producing mobile software using a Windows operating system: XP using Active Sync and Vista using a new interface built upon Active Sync technology called the Windows Mobile Device Center (WMDC).In the recent Co De Focus issue on Mobile PC Development (2007, Volume 4, Issue 2), Nick Landry’s article entitled “Windows Vista Mobility: Why Should You Care?” provides a good review and tutorial on using WMDC with Vista.The remaining software requirements are not operating system dependent. NET Compact Framework and SQL Server Mobile Edition are also installed.
John Baird is the founder of Xamlware, a professional consulting firm specializing in Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 development.
John has 30 years of experience designing, coding, and implementing software solutions. Net Users group, is heavily involved in the local .