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Microsoft .NET Compact Framework (Core Reference)

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The Microsoft® Windows® .NET Compact Framework brings the power of the .NET Framework to handheld devices such as Pocket PCs and smart phones. Learn exactly how to build killer applications—and how to solve typical problems—in developing for resource-constrained devices with this book. You’ll find specifics on how to develop GUI elements with Windows Forms, access and ...more
Hardcover, 860 pages
Published February 1st 2003 by Microsoft Press (first published January 29th 2003)
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