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6 edition of Pocket PC Network Programming found in the catalog.

Pocket PC Network Programming

by Steven Makofsky

  • 271 Want to read
  • 3 Currently reading

Published by Addison-Wesley Professional .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Computer Communications & Networking,
  • Microsoft Windows,
  • Microcomputer Networks,
  • Computers,
  • Computers - Operating Systems,
  • Computer Books: General,
  • Operating Systems - Windows,
  • Computers / Operating Systems / Windows,
  • Hardware - Personal Computers - General,
  • Networking - General,
  • Computer networks,
  • Pocket computers,
  • Programming

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages656
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9434213M
    ISBN 100321133528
    ISBN 109780321133526

      This book covers network architecture and gives an overview of the Go language as a primer, covering the latest Go release. Beyond the fundamentals, Network Programming with Go covers key networking and security issues such as HTTP and HTTPS, templates, remote procedure call (RPC), web sockets including HTML5 web sockets, and more. Pocket PC Phone Edition provides a set of functions called the SIM Manager (see Figure ), which enables you to interact with the SIM card currently in the device. These APIs enable you to change .

      Introduction. There have been many articles on various aspects of Pocket PC development in this site. This article is different in the sense that it tries to give an overview on things which we would like to know before entering into the world of Pocket PC development namely information regarding the operating system, development tools etc/5(61). 1. also known as an E-book 2. portable hardware device designed for reading digital publications EXAMPLE: Amazon Kindle Ethernet 1. most common type of connection computers use in a local area network (SEE LAN) Ethernet Port 1. a computer port resembling a regular telephone jack, but slightly wider, used to connect a computer.

    IrDA programming under Pocket PC is available on the web site within this application note’s zipped source code files. Pocket PC Platform Window CE Version , , , and later and later. This book is a great start for the beginners of Pocket PC programming or Windows CE platform. You only need to be familiar with C programming language to take benefit of this book. By the end of this book you will have developed the tools and source code needed to write multiplayer games that can be played wirelessly on the Internet. The book /5(4).


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Pocket PC Network Programming by Steven Makofsky Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pocket PC Network Programming begins with a guide to writing applications that communicate over the Internet and then explores how to use Pocket PC devices with Windows-based networks, how these devices communicate over serial and infrared, and how they utilize Remote Access Services (RAS).

The focus then shifts to the Pocket PC Phone Edition before turning to the building of applications Cited by: 9. Pocket PC Network Programming is the resource developers need to exploit the power of mobile technology and high-speed wireless connections. This book is a comprehensive tutorial and reference for writing network applications on Pocket PC and Pocket PC Pages: Unlike many technical books, PocketPC Network Programming will neither insult your intelligence nor assume that you know everything.

Basic concepts (like cookies, headers, SMS, etc) are briefly, thoroughly, and elegantly described.5/5. Pocket PC Network Programming is the resource developers need to exploit the power of mobile technology and high-speed wireless connections. This book is a comprehensive tutorial and reference for writing network applications on Pocket PC and Pocket PC Phone Edition devices.

Intended Audience for This Book Pocket PC Pocket PC Network Programming book Programming is written for software developers who understand the basics of writing Pocket PC applications in C/C++ and have written software for these devices before. Explaining how the Pocket PC communicates with the Internet, with other mobile devices, and with networks, this book is a tutorial and reference for writing network applications on Pocket PC and It teaches students the basics of Pocket PC telephony, synchronization, and messaging.

I have been reading a few different tech books lately to keep my skills up for interviews, though and this has been one of them. A one line review for Pocket PC Network Programming is simple: go buy it.

Continue reading Makofsky: Pocket PC Network Programming →. Because Pocket PC stores its phonebook in the registry, the first parameter, lpszPhonebook, should be set to a NULL value. The second parameter, lpszEntry, must contain a pointer to a null-terminated string that contains the entry name you want to validate.

Connect the Access Point to the hub, switch, or router on your network. The Access Point connects with an ordinary Cat-5 cable. You’ll want to place the Access Point as high as possible to maximize the range.

Place your Pocket PC in the sync cradle and make certain that ActiveSync connects to your Pocket PC. ECE Windows CE Programming For Pocket PC In A Nutshell Dinda Page 3 of 11 b and Bluetooth wireless radio network interfaces as well as infrared optical network interfaces.

They also have stereo sound out output (speaker and headphone jack) and monophonic sound input (microphone only). The display screen is a touch-File Size: 54KB.

This is the book to learn TCP/IP, doesn't matter what language you will be using: W. Richard Stevens, TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 1: The Protocols. The following is the C network programmer's bible, highly recommended: W.

Richard Stevens, Unix Network Programming, Volume 1:. TCP/IP on Pocket PC currently supports IP version 4 (IPv4), whereby network addresses are represented as a bit number, which can be broken down into a host address and a subnet address.

Typically, a user can recognize an IPv4 address by what's more commonly known. Pocket PC Network Programming is the resource developers need to exploit the power of mobile technology and high-speed wireless connections.

This book is a comprehensive tutorial and reference for writing network applications on Pocket PC and Pocket PC Phone Edition devices. It explains how the Pocket PC communicates with the Internet, with other mobile devices, and with networks. Pocket PC Network Programming is the resource students need to exploit the power of mobile technology and high-speed wireless connections.

This book is a comprehensive tutorial and reference for writing network applications on Pocket PC and Pocket PC Phone Edition devices. Full text of "Pocket computer programming made easy" See other formats COMPUTER PROSRAMMING MADE EASY latest up-to-the-minute info for using TRS PC-2 and PC-1 Sharp PC-1 and PC-1 Casio FXP and other pocket computers BY JIM COLE iNCLUDES NEW TRS PC-2/SHARP PC ARCsoft pocket-computer books by Jim Cole: I Murder in the Mansion and.

A Pocket PC (P/PC, PPC), also known by Microsoft as a Windows Mobile Classic device, is a kind of personal digital assistant (PDA) that runs the Windows Mobile operating has some of the abilities of modern desktop PCs.

As ofthousands of applications existed for handhelds adhering to the Microsoft Pocket PC specification, many of which were freeware. Network Programming Lecture Notes. This note covers the following topics: Basic Network Concepts, Basic web Concepts, Streams, Sockets, Servlets and JSP, Handling the Client Request,Handling Cookies, Session Tracking, JSP Introduction and Overview, Invoking Java Code with JSP Scripting Elements, Using JavaBeans Components in JSP Documents, Tomcat and MySQL Configuration.

The Pocket PC shows how to use devices that are based on Microsoft Windows CE, regardless of their manufacturer. This book is equally applicable to devices from Compaq (the iPAQ series), Casio (Cassiopeia), Hewlett-Packard (Jornada), and Symbol Technologies (the PPT series)/5(2).

Pocket PC Network Programming Pocket PC Network Programming is the resource developers need to exploit the power of mobile technology and high-speed wireless connections.

This book is a comprehensive tutorial and reference for writing network applications on Pocket PC and Pocket PC Brand: Addison-Wesley.

Buy Pocket PC Network Programming 01 by Steve Makofsky (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(5). TCP/IP Addresses.

In Chapter 1, you learned about the Internet Protocol version 4 (or IPv4) address scheme on Pocket PC. You may remember that an IPv4 address is used by a device to specify its unique host and subnet address, which it uses to communicate over a TCP/IP network.

All of the methods and properties that are needed to manage an Internet address within the Compact Framework are.Pocket PC Network Programming Python Network Programming for Network Engineers (Python 3) iOS and Mac Network Programming LiveLessons.A one line review for Pocket PC Network Programming is simple: go buy it.

I’ve been reading Steve’s stuff for a while, actually, first with a beginners book for Windows CE, then through magazine articles, and most recently through his blog but this particular reference, his second tech book, has stood out for a .