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Hello, this is Vikash Gohil.

I have an 2.0 application created with C# back end and Ajax control toolkit.

Can I run this application under Win CE as it is after compiling or is there any compiler or tool for converting .Net applications for running on Win CE?

Please any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in Advance.
Posted 25-Mar-11 0:35am
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Solution 1

There is no tool, and it is very unlikely that it will work straight away - CE has no concept of back end / Ajax.

If this had been a desktop app, then there was a slim chance that rebuilding it for CE might work. But with a web app? No chance. Could you re-compile a web app for a desktop? CE is a cut down desktop, after all.
CDP1802 at 25-Mar-11 6:59am
Just immagine some Win CE device running IIS and hosting ASP .Net webpages. This really is no question of converting code, it's more about the device's capabilities.
OriginalGriff at 25-Mar-11 7:09am
IIS on WinCE? Now there's a concept!
CDP1802 at 25-Mar-11 7:10am
The next step after mobile computing. Mobile hosting.
OriginalGriff at 25-Mar-11 7:11am
Not so much a Cloud as a Wisp...
CDP1802 at 25-Mar-11 7:14am
Let's do it. We will become rich and famous for this. We just need to throw those buzzwords around some more. As the question shows, there is a market.
OriginalGriff at 25-Mar-11 7:16am
Next time I see a post from you, that gets a five! :laugh:
CDP1802 at 25-Mar-11 7:18am
Thanks. I think we should call it MIS (Mobile Information Server). These days anything with 'Mobile' in it will sell.
OriginalGriff at 25-Mar-11 7:22am
"iMIS" - that way the punters will think it's from Apple...
CDP1802 at 25-Mar-11 7:25am
Can you think of a way to add another 'S'? iMISS would be really descriptive.
OriginalGriff at 25-Mar-11 7:28am
I *so* wish you could upvote comments!
CDP1802 at 25-Mar-11 7:35am
Never mind that now :)

Think of the possibilites instead: Like Seti@Home, people could install iMISS and donate space on their mobile devices to host someone's website. Free decentralized mobile web hosting.
OriginalGriff at 25-Mar-11 7:40am
What happens when they run out of top-up? :laugh:
CDP1802 at 25-Mar-11 7:43am
404? Or better: iMiss404
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