Silverlight for Windows Embedded tutorial (step 2)
In our first tutorial we learnt how to load a XAML-based user interface inside your own application and intercept the events that it generates. In this second tutorial we will learn how to use storyboards to create animations inside our user interface and how we can control them from code. We can reopen our silverlight2 application project in Expression Blend 2 SP1 and add a new element to ......
Posted On Sunday, October 11, 2009 3:49 AM | Comments (13)
Some help about AuthHelp
Some of the servers provided with Windows CE implement user authentication and can grant different level of access to different kinds of users or no access at all to unauthorized people. You may use the same mechanism to grant access to your device features from your main application or from your own custom remote interface or WEB-based UI. First of all you should add the NTLM authentication service to your OS image. This will allow you to access the NTLM API and the NTLMSetUserInfo function. Using ......
Posted On Friday, July 17, 2009 6:45 AM | Comments (0)
APIs to create APIs
I hope that the title sounds funny, because, as usual, I can't found a better one... During the last months I had to port from CE 5 to CE 6 a project where I used an undocumented feature of Windows CE 5, the ability to register an API sets. This feature allows an application, a driver or a system module to register its own APIs, that can then be accessed by application as regular OS APIs. I had to use that undocumented feature to provide some redraw functions for a custom "skin" of the Windows CE ......
Posted On Wednesday, March 18, 2009 1:29 PM | Comments (0)
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