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DEVELOPING: Windows Mobile 6 SDKs available for Download now
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 01.03.07 - 20:03:58 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 9586x
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Not that I'm a software developer at all but I know many of you are and therefore I'm happy to let you know, that Microsoft released the latest Windows Mobile 6 SDKs (with a download size of 150.6 MB - 538.8 MB, depending on the selected download components) for touchscreen (Windows Mobile Professional formerly known as Pocket PC and Pocket PC Phone Edition) and non-touchscreen (Windows Mobile Standard formerly known as Windows Mobile Smartphone) devices today.
Using the Windows Mobile 6 SDK you can test your application using the emulators in the Windows Mobile 6 SDKs. The SDKs together with Visual Studio 2005 mean you have everything you need to build and test applications for both Windows Mobile 5.0 and Windows Mobile 6.

Read the "What’s New" guide to learn why your Windows Mobile 5.0 application should work on Windows Mobile 6, what to expect from new screen resolutions and why Windows Mobile 6 makes it easier to build and deploy Line of Business applications.

Don't forget that around May 1st Microsoft will release the Windows Mobile 6 SDK Refresh featuring new documentation, the latest emulators, support for basic AJAX applications and links to Line of Business frameworks, samples and documentation.

For more info on the Windows Mobile 6 SDK, Microsoft's SDK Program Manager Fernando Zandona has put together a nice post here.

Looking forward new fancy Windows Mobile 6 applications.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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