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Whats the main differences with the compact framework?

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Jax
Hello everyone

I am looking to produce my first pocket p.c application. What I would like to know is roughly what to expect when going to the compact framework
What will I lose and what will I gain? what versions of pocket p.c is it compatable with? Just general stuff like that so I can be prepared for the code ahead
The main areas i'm going to be covering is forms and ADO so if anyone knows of any limitations, or knows that there aren't any, please post

Many thanks

jax
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>Hello everyone!

I am looking to produce my first pocket p.c application. What I would like
to know is roughly what to expect when going to the compact framework.
What will I lose and what will I gain? what versions of pocket p.c is it
compatable with? Just general stuff like that so I can be prepared for the
code ahead.
The main areas i'm going to be covering is forms and ADO so if anyone knows
of any limitations, or knows that there aren't any, please post!

Many thanks.

jax


MSDN is a good place to start.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/mobility/p...evtools/netcf/

Here is another link on what is there and what's missing in the compact
framework.
http://web.zdnet.com.au/builder/arch...10,20271629,00
.htm?

Hope this helps.

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