App development outside of Compact 7 Platform Builder involves using a second instance of Visual Studio for a Smartdevice .Project. The target OS must have the correct version of Corecon that VS targets it with.
If you have not visited the online documentation for Compact 7 on Microsoft’s MSDN site, it has been updated with new contents…
CEloader v1.0.1 had a limitation at 32MB, the new version v1.1.1 overcomes this limitation.
In part-9 of this getting started series, we will work through the process to deploy an OS image to an x86 device to support application development, using an eBox-3300MX (eBox) as the target device.
In part-8 of this getting started series, we will talk about the debugging tools available as part of the Compact 7 development environment and work through couple of examples, showing how to use Compact 7 remote tools to debug a KITL enabled OS image launched on a target device.
In Part-7 of this getting started series, we will show the steps to develop Silverlight for Windows Embedded application for Windows Embedded Compact 7 device.
This is a supplement to the Compact 7 getting started series, to provide information about using Virtual PC as the target device to support Compact 7 development.
This is a supplement to the Compact 7 getting started series, to provide information showing the steps to configure Virtual PC to boot to Compact 7, using DiskPrep.
In part-3a of this getting started series, we will work through the steps to develop an OS design, build a Compact 7 OS runtime image and download the image to a Virtual PC.
On August 14 (Tuesday) evening, I will deliver a presentation about x86 hardware and Windows Embedded development @ the San Diego .NET user group’s Hardware Hackers SIG monthly meeting.
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