There is no single unified IDE for both mobile platforms unless you are considering cross platform development. In which case I would highly recommend Xamarin. A good introductory article (written by me) can be found here Introduction to Xamarin.Android[^]
How i can download from ftp server specific file in Windows Mobile (C#).I Have ftp link,username and password. i want only download. I dont want use non standart compenents. (OpenNETCF dll returned error codes)
I'm not overly familiar with Windows Mobile but to my knowledge there aren't any native FTP clients. You can of course write your own if you don't want to use a third-party component. I wrote my own FTP client a while ago when I needed an FTP client for my .NET applications.
Good day friends. I want to start writing applications that can run on nokia mobile phones irrespective of the os and I don't know where to get the software because i have searched and couldn't found any. Please does anyone know where i can download it from? Thanks in advance.
I am new to webservice and this is my first project with C#.net and handheld device.Things I have done so far are very simple
1.Created a webservice.
2.Attached web reference to smart device app .
3.Deploy the simple app with a button and a label on it at windows CE hand held device.
When i try to call it from the handheld device it says i cannot call it as its a webmethod .
What I understand after searching about this is i am missing some web.config settings and how to call the PDA config
please if anyone can tell me how can I do this ?
Are you able to view the web service endpoint (WSDL) on the device? You should be able to open this up in a browser. This should indicate whether or not you have correctly configured and deployed the web service.
What error are you seeing? I'd need more information before helping you further.
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