Smokescreen, this is a great name for a tool that allows iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch users run Flash content. On top of that it is a great name considering the developer behind it is actually called Chris Smoak. For Continue reading Flash Content on iPads, iPhones and most likely all other Mobile Devices!!!
I use my mobile phone all the time… I also use a personal Notebook, a work Notebook, a desktop and a few other computers here and there. I probably wouldn’t say anything new if I told you that I use Continue reading Manage Your Browser’s Favorites From The Cloud
If you are in any way interested in Development for Windows and Windows Mobile devices then you are invited to attend a FREE event Saturday and Sunday. The weekend event is called Microsoft Community Summit 2008 or ]InBetween[ or Tweener Continue reading Will you be around Orlando, FL this Weekend?
We all agree that Mobile Devices are a great tool, there is no question about that. Regardless of your platform of preference, they all facilitate a multitude of tasks that used to require of us doing work at the office/home Continue reading How to Trigger the Use of Mobile Devices at Work
No matter how prepared you are or how well laid out is your project, you could find some opposing forces to progress. This is something you may encounter in some though not all "old-school-type" businesses. Change, specifically aimed at progress Continue reading Mobility Opposing Forces – Be Prepared!
If it’s not, then it should. Let me explain why. Every company wants at least their executives to have work email access on-the-go. They may not have it already but if they don’t they are certainly craving for it. We Continue reading Is Your Company Thinking About Mobile Solutions?
When developing mobile applications we usually think in terms of a single user; doing only a few tasks in a small device. However, this may no longer be true. We are now faced with devices that have large screens (for Continue reading How Secure Is Your Mobile Application Data?
With the release of Windows Mobile 6.1 and some models already announced, it was only logical that we would see the WM 6.1 emulators out for Visual Studio 2005 and Visual Studio 2008. Just like their predecessors, the emulators are Continue reading Windows Mobile 6.1 Emulators Out
Maarten Struys will be presenting a webcast on April 9th. He is going to talk about how incorporate GPS functionality to your applications and how to build "location awareness" by using the GPS API and the "Fake GPS" GPS Emulator Continue reading Webcast: Creating Location-Aware Applications for Windows Mobile
Another successful Code Camp organized by .Net User Groups from Orlando, Lakeland and the Space Coast! Shawn did a great job and had pretty much everything under control. Attendance was full, and everyone was happy about the presentations. Here is Continue reading Orlando Code Camp a Success