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Developing s/ws for mobile devices using VB.NET

By nirman123_doshi ·
I want to develop softares for mobile devices using VB.NET. That is, the softwares which is through which mobiles can be operated. So, is it possible in VB.NET ? If so, then how we can do this ?
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Yes, you can program for Windows mobile devices using VB.Net. Visual Studio comes with the tools you need to create a program specifically designed for mobile devices, including a Windows Mobile device emulator.

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by nirman123_doshi In reply to Developing s/ws for mobil ...

So how to install that software on the particular mobile device ? and also whether we need to uninstall the software which is already installed on that mobile device. Also please let us know can we develop softwares for mobile devices such as the software developed for "Sony Ericsson W550i", etc, mobile devices

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#1: It is almost offensive that you are asking additional follow up questions after your original question had been answered. This should be posted as a separate question, because it is a separate question.

#2: Uninstall what software? Visual Studio will let you create an installer and uninstaller for your software. If you want to ninstall someone else's software, you'll have to check out that software.

#3: Windows Mobile is the same across the board. If you have a concern about a particular device, you will need to get one of those devices and install your software to test on it. If that particular device is not a Windows Mobile device, then forget Visual Studio. If it is a Windows Mobile device, then Visual Studio is a good option for this project.

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