Learn how to support touchscreens in your applications on handsets running Qualcomm Brew.
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Learn how to select multiple items without pressing the CTRL or SHIFT key on a touchscreen app or Windows CE app.
Create an HTML viewer control on a CE device. Once animated, this control allows you to pass any data that is capable of being rendered by using HTML tags from the desktop device to the CE device. The power and elegance of this approach can hardly be overstated.
Learn how to remotely monitor system status with Nancy's RAPI Demo example program.
Learn how to provide IE functionality from your applications.
Once you find a CE file and open it, it's time to confront the problem of the portability of data. See how to read a multibyte character set (MBCS) text and convert it to Unicode for display in an edit control.
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Explore how to access the data from a JsonResult object and display it in a browser. An example is given so you can follow along.
Learn to create a .NET application that enables you to rotate any one of your display screens and to reset them back. Examples are in C# and VB.NET.
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