I have a Form with an maximized WindowState. When I open the Openfiledialog and select a File, wich i want to open in my program, the windowstate is no mor maxamized, but when i request the windostate from the system, it seems to be maxamized.
using (OpenFileDialog myOpenFileDialog = new OpenFileDialog())
What type of programs that i can make mobile software?
Sounds like you need to pick up a good book and read about this. But the short version of the answer to your question is that you can create most common / every day type .NET Applications on a mobile device as well (even database driven).
Actually I am an ASP.NET(C#) developer. I want to shift to embedded programming using .NET(C#). Therefore, I am looking for any sample projects or any tutorial for the purpose. Any guidance will be appreciated.
I'm developing webservice application for mobile device using windows mobile 6, webserver produces pages that contains gmaps.
The first problem that I discovered that Internet Explorer Mobile have trouble with AJAX, after searching net
I got even more confused since
according to MS IEM shouldn't have
any problem besides small ones..
But if you surf even to simple gmap application
I just get empty page the body script won't load.
I'm hopping you have some suggestion for work around.
For early versions of Windows CE, there were plugins to MSVC 5.0 and 6.0. However, these reportedly screwed up your environment so you couldn't use it for desktop development any more.
In 2000 Microsoft released eMbedded Visual Tools 3.0, which includes eVC 3.0, which is basically a rebadged VC 6.0 environment that can live side-by-side. This is compatible with Windows CE 2.x and 3.0, including Pocket PC 2000 and 2002.
Windows CE (.NET) 4.x changed some debugging interfaces and so a new version of eVC was required, version 4.0. eVB was dropped. CE 4.1 requires at least SP1, CE 4.2 at least SP2. SP2 was not compatible with CE 4.1, a problem corrected in SP3. SP4 adds support for CE 5.0. In terms of Windows Mobile versions, WM 2003 for Pocket PC and Smartphone are supported but Windows Mobile 5.0 is not.
Windows Mobile 5.0 and 6 require Visual Studio 2005, at least Standard Edition. The free Express Edition is not enough. VS 2005 also supports Windows CE 5.0 platforms and Pocket PC 2003. I believe the support matrix is the same for Visual Studio 2008.
eVC 3.0 and 4.0 do not work on Windows Vista. No fix is planned. If you're running Windows Vista you'll have to run a Windows XP virtual machine if you need eVC.
See this page[^] for more, including the recommended installation order.
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I am trying to retrieve a file from server to the device emulator in my application .
I am able to login successfully on the ftp server but not able to open the port for data connection to retrieve file from server.
I am really a fan of notepad, i don't know why, but since I don't have a great editor in my pocket pc, I decided to do one of my own(in C#). But the problem comes when i need to save the format of the text in the textbox it does not save the format at all..., is there a richtext component for the pocket pc in the market?
I was thinking on saving an xml file in a database with all the format for each file but then i will be turning this little notepad application into a huge application because i don't know how many files i will have.... is there any way to save the format and style of the text i have in the textbox???
And how could i open word and pdf documents in the ppc?
Basically i want to be able to use my application to read all sort of documents including .MHT
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I am not able to resize the form in application. At design time it show me its resized but during run it show me full size FORM. I tried at resizing it at run time via changing it's width and height But it did not helped me.
I tried this on windows mobile 6.0 and 6.01 versions
Pocket PC is designed to only have full-screen forms. You cannot create a form that is not full screen.
Windows CE creates top-level (non-popup) windows full-screen. Popup windows can be any size you want. However, the standard for Pocket PC says that you should size your popup dialogs to the full size of the screen using SHInitDialog and calling SHHandleWMActivate and SHHandleWMSettingChange in response to the corresponding messages. Microsoft's development frameworks, first MFC and ATL and now .NET Compact Framework all do this for you. To the best of my recollection, .NET Compact Framework does not offer any way to override this.
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To the best of my recollection, .NET Compact Framework does not offer any way to override this.
It is possible. The "trick" is to set the FormBorderStyle property to None. For example see my blog entry titled "Creating non full screen forms and custom MessageBoxes" available at http://www.christec.co.nz/blog/archives/134[^].
However having said that it's best described as a hack, and there are some issues with my code sample on different versions of the Windows Mobile OS etc. Since I don't really want to encourage people to develop these kinds of user interfaces I'm not inclined to investigate/resolve these issues...
Hope this helps,
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