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 How to Create Mobile Web App Site: DevASP.net 
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In this sample application I will try to explain you how you can create a mobile web application in Visual Studio 2005 (VS2005). Here I will discuss three of its controls. Author: DevASP Code: ASP.NET v2.0 & VB

 ASP.NET With Mobile Web Forms Site: VSLive! Show Daily 
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Device filters and templates let you take advantage of standard ASP.NET controls in mobile applications. Author: Andrew J. Brust Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & VB

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ASP.NET comprises controls, components, and tools to help you build mobile Web applications rapidly for multiple types of wireless devices — without writing code that is structured for a specific device. Author: msdn.microsoft.com Code: ASP.NET v2.0 & VB

 Emulators and Browsers Site: MSDN 
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Emulator software enables you to view your ASP.NET mobile Web Forms application as it might appear on the manufacturers' hardware devices. Author: msdn.microsoft.com Code: ASP.NET v2.0 & VB

 Device Support Site: MSDN 
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Some device updates are included in releases of ASP.NET; others are to support devices that are put on the market between releases of ASP.NET. These interim releases are called device updates. Author: msdn.microsoft.com Code: ASP.NET v2.0 & VB

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When writing your ASP.NET mobile Web application, you can use nearly all the features of ASP.NET. However, first consider compatibility issues. Author: msdn.microsoft.com Code: ASP.NET v2.0 & VB

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Microsoft ASP.NET provides three namespaces that are used to implement the run-time and design-time behavior of mobile components and controls. Author: msdn.microsoft.com Code: ASP.NET v2.0 & VB

 Device Adapter Code Site: MSDN 
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To help you create adapters for new mobile devices, ASP.NET contains device adapter code that you can modify for a new device. Author: msdn.microsoft.com Code: ASP.NET v2.0 & C#

 Kill All Programs Site: Egghead Cafe 
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Here's a quick tip on how to kill all of the running programs on your mobile device. The following code snippet uses an API call to start killing applications until it has freed up the designated amount of memory. Author: Robbe D. Morris Code: ASP.NET v2.0 & VB


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