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Building Solutions with the Microsoft .NET Compact Framework: Architecture and Best Practices for Mobile Development by Jon Box, Dan Fox

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SDP

The second half of this chapter deals with the features and functionality of SDP. Simply put, SDP includes the components that allow Compact Framework applications to be developed using VS .NET. The purpose of this section is to bring architects and developers quickly up to speed on how SDP leverages VS .NET by integrating with the development environment and languages, on the UI tools available, how the Compact Framework provides true emulation, how the debugging process works, and how other tools can assist in the development process.

Project System

In VS .NET 2003 to create an SDP, a developer simply needs to select the Smart Device Application icon in the New Project dialog. When selected, the Smart Device Application Wizard will be invoked, ...

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