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Exploring Net60

Have you ever dreamt about porting your managed Windows Mobile application to Symbian OS? Or, maybe you wanted to develop a new one but were uncertain whether you need to learn a new paradigms and languages? Well, with Net60 from Red Five Labs, you may be relieved; you can continue your development in your favorite languages!

Explore the Microsoft .NET Micro Framework

The Microsoft .NET Micro Framework, formerly known as Smart Personal Objects Technology (SPOT), is a powerful and flexible platform for rapidly creating embedded device firmware with Microsoft Visual Studio. Now is just the right time to explore this new world.

Porting Mobile Applications Between Windows Mobile and Symbian OS

The application that runs on everything—this would be a dream of every developer! Use Java, one might say. But even Java has different implementations, is limited in features, and so forth, not to mention the differences for mobile devices. This article offers you few simple receipts you can use to effectively port your mobile C++ applications back and forth between several mobile platforms.

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