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Pocket PC

Pocket PC

Pocket PC

Is anybody made an application for a palm or pocket pc?
What i need for develop in C5? any template, library etc? or it works like a ordinary pc?
works with t.speed database?

hope you can help me... thanks.

RE: Pocket PC

Hi Roberto,
I don't think Clarion is suitable for Windows CE development.  You might want to take a look at Visual CE at http://www.syware.com

You could create Pocket PC application using Visual CE and upload and download to Clarion application on PC.


RE: Pocket PC

ThereĀ“s no solution from softvelocity to do that, but you can some program lenguaje for palm and use MDB o DBF files and use by ODBC to your app.


RE: Pocket PC

Thanks pwkirk and georgegear,  i will consider your tips

RE: Pocket PC

I am also looking for a suitable development environment for Pocket PC.  Microsoft wants you to use the ,Net environment but I'm a VB6 programmer.

Take a look at AppForge at www.appforge.com/.

John Kisner

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