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The Windows Mobile 6.5 Gestures API: An Introduction

, 30 Oct 2009
This article contains a brief look into the new Gestures API that is available for Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional Edition. We will walk through creating a small Smart Device application that is able to read gestures made by the user, and report back information about these gestures to the screen.

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cor2879
Software Developer Microsoft
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Software Engineer from Western NC specializing in C#, .Net Framework, Javascript, and C/C++ development. I love solving complex problems and injecting witty sarcasm into the situation. When one gets out of control I apply the other. Currently working as a Software Development Engineer at Microsoft, where I have constructed a test automation harness for Microsoft Fixit products ,a native code application for Windows Mobile Marketplace, a WCF service, an abstraction library for Microsoft Log Parser that allows Log Parser records to be processed with Linq as they are returned, and a Windows Sidebar Gadget.

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