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LCD Screens and Touch

About Smartphones typically have an LCD graphical screen with touch input.  Touch is used to take user input via windows controls such as menus and command buttons.  A SIP (Software Input Panel) may also be used am on-screen keyboard.  Alternatively, some phones use a small physical keyboard.  Some use both.  Most touchscreens are single input, that is only one point of contact can be deciphered.  Multitouch is becoming a required feature.  Multitouch allows not only simple zoom and rotation of images, it allows quite complexes gestures.  Windows 7 supports Multitouch with suitable hardware.  A touchscreen has two uses.  One is as a pointing devices, that is as a mouse.  The other is to action gestures such as click, double click etc,  It can be used with a finger or stylus. Windows CE can support an LCD panel with a touchscreen; it has for many versions.  Windows CE 6 R3 supports single finger gestures.  My HTC phone (HTC HD2) support ...

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embedded Spark 2010 Challenge: End of Round 2

I got my entry in with about 24 hours to spare: http://www.embeddedspark.com/submissions/Detail.aspx?eid=285 Twenty two entries were posted by the cut-off out of 75 in round 2.  Three now get chosen to present at ESC in Silicon Valley later this month. Being the Easter break (we have a 4 day weekend break over Easter: Friday to Monday) we were due to take a short vacation in the country but had to that delay that so that I could submit before leaving.  I had to quickly learn how to post a video on Youtube.  I used my phone to record some material, then edited it with Moviemaker.  I had to subscribe to a video converter because the phone’3G video format needed changing. My main implementation issue was that I only got the LVDS LCD panel at the last moment and discovered that I hadn’t ordered the touch screen version; and it required 12V that wasn’t available in the kit.  I wrote about these in the report and will blog all of this.  I got the touch panel tod ...

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Building an Image

There are plenty of example sand how-to’s on how to build a Windows CE image, download and debug it on a target: Sam’s Jumpstart Kit: <CD>/Vortex86DX_SPARK_WINCE600_JumpStart_Rev2.5.pdf <CD>/SampleCodes/OSDesign/MyWinCE_OSDesign_Project_VDX6326.zip Where the CD is the “Solution of Fault Tolerance x86 System-on-chip” as supplied with the kit   MSDN Virtual Lab: Windows Embedded CE 6.0 Platform Builder Tools   Windows CE 6 Help (Local or at MSDN) Topics: For a CEPC .. A PC as a CE device, but applies to the Spark Kit: How to Set Up a CEPC The major hardware issue is the network card. It doesn’t need a hard drive You need a boot floppy, or create a USB boot floppy(Search for HP disk key) Or you can set up a  bootable hard drive formatte ...

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embedded SPARK 2010 Challenge: Development Machine Setup

2010 embeddedSPARK - Development machine setup

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embedded SPARK 2010 Challenge: The Kit

2010 embeddedSPARK hardware kit

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embedded SPARK 2010

2010 embeddedSPARK Challenge - Round 2

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embedded SPAR 2010 Challenge: Setting up the target

2010 embeddedSPARK Challenge hardware

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Welcome Aboard

Thanks Sam* for setting up this blog for me.

I intend to blog about building Windows Embedded (CE and Standard) systems and applications.

My other blog is on Windows Live that I have used for some time is: http://ce-aus.spaces.live.com/default.aspx

My details are:

  • Position: Senior Software Developer (Embedded Systems)
  • I work for Victorian Partnership for Advanced Computing (VPAC)
  • VPAC is  part of the Microsoft Partner Program
  • VPAC is also a Microsoft Windows Embedded Partner & OEM
  • Email: davidj at vpac dot org
  • I often use an alias djaus on newsgroups etc

MCTS: Windows Embedded CE 6.0 Developer

Windows CE and XP Embedded Trainer/Consultant

Compact Framework

Embedded Systems (Micros)

System Integration

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I work on updating this page over time

 

*Sam Phung from ICOP

Windows Embedded Compact 7

The Windows Embedded Compact 7 (Compact 7) getting started series is created to provide simple and easy to follow information to help academic, hobbyist and commercial developers to learn and engage in Compact 7 development.

***This is a series of 9 articles, with additional supplements, that cover the following subjects:

  • Development environment
  • OS design
  • Managed code application
  • Native code application
  • Silverlight for Windows Embedded application
  • SQL Compact database application
  • Debug and remote tools
  • More..

http://www.embedded101.com/compact7.aspx

Embedded101 Articles & Application Notes

Apr10CEDriverWiz Version 2.00: Using the Wizard
Created by David Jones on 4/10/2013 8:56:42 AM

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Apr10CEDriverWiz Version 2.00: An Example
Created by David Jones on 4/10/2013 7:28:32 AM

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Apr09Installing CEDriverWiz for Visual Studio
Created by David Jones on 4/9/2013 8:41:27 AM

Install Visual Studio 2012/2008/2005 (depending upon your version of CE/Compact) and all of t...
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Apr01CEDriverWiz V2.00: About this release
Created by David Jones on 4/1/2013 7:33:39 AM

This brings the wizard in line with our Wrox book: "Professional Windows Embedded Compact 7" . ...
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Apr01CEDriverWiz Version 2.00 User Manual
Created by David Jones on 4/1/2013 6:40:34 AM

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May15Configure Flash Storage to Launch Compact 7 OS Runtime with DiskPrep
Created by Sam Phung on 5/15/2012 8:41:50 PM

The DiskPrep powertoy is a useful utility to configure different type of flash storage to launch Wi...
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