An introduction to mobile development on Windows Mobile

Another day, another HackDay presentation. This one is a little more lightweight than yesterday (a breakneck crash course through learning how to use and extend PowerShell).

It’s basically a beginner’s guide to mobile development – some scene-setting and a few walkthroughs how to do “Hello World”-type stuff with the key Windows Mobile libraries.

Hopefullly will be interesting to someone!

I guess I’ll know in about an hour 🙂

2 Responses to “An introduction to mobile development on Windows Mobile”

  1. Discovered via Jaiku and Google.

    The significant part you make clear which I only had a vague idea about was the major difference between Native and Managed code, especially with reference to using Native for today screen plugins.

  2. dale says:

    There is a workaround if you really want to use managed code for a today screen plugin – there is a Today Screen plugin written in native code which hosts a local HTML file, which you can generate using managed code.

    It’s not a very elegant solution, but it’s there for people who really don’t like C++ 🙂