In part two of the series, the author of "GPS.NET" teaches developers how to write GPS applications suitable for the real world by mastering GPS precision concepts. Source code includes a working NMEA interpreter and sample high-precision application in C# and VB.NET.
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An expansion on the information I presented in the 11/2/2004 CodeGuru eNewsletter editorial on mobile development for cell phones.
What is it that GPS applications need to be good enough to handle in-car navigation? Also, how does the process of interpreting GPS data actually work? This two-part series will cover both topics and give you the skills you need to write a commercial-grade GPS application that works with a majority of GPS devices in the industry today.
Learn to start developing for the PocketPC and other mobile devices using Visual Studio .NET 2003.
Devices such as the Pocket PC are becoming almost as powerful as the machines sitting on our desks. It makes sense that more and more developers want to create applications directly targeted at such platforms. Learn how to create a Pocket PC application using Visual Basic .NET.
For a long, long time, Microsoft has been touting this dream of information on any device, anywhere, anytime. But, at least when it comes to Visual Basic developers, the company hasn't done much to prove it. That is, until now.
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