On March 20, 2013, Microsoft announced the general availability of the Windows Embedded 8 family of operating systems.
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Coming back from the 2013 MVP Summit, I am very excited and anxiously waiting for the new generation of Windows Embedded products, to be release… Very soon!
Welcome Vladimir Gregor with Bee Mobile to join and support the Embedded101 community! Bee Mobile provides software component, such as iPack for Compact Framework, iDesk for .NET Framework and Metropolis for Windows Phone, to help developer create cutting-edge application for the Embedded, Desktop and Mobile market place.
Adopting Windows Embedded enabled platform to build Next Gen embedded specialized purpose devices.
If you have not visited the online documentation for Compact 7 on Microsoft’s MSDN site, it has been updated with new contents…
The Windows Phone 8 development jump start sessions, by Andy Wigley and Rob Tiffany, are awesome. If you are new to this environment, this two day events can save you lots of time wandering around, looking for information resources and how-to
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.
David Campbell and Andrew Pardoe talk about Visual Studio 2012 supports Windows Embedded Compact vNext …
Today, Microsoft released Windows Embedded Standard 8 Community Technology Preview 3…
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