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updates on our mobility products, offers tips, and highlights industry-related
articles and resources.
SYWARE, Inc. Related:
News: SYWARE Inc.'s Visual CE Nominated for Smartphone and Pocket PC Magazine's 2007 Best Software Awards.
Update: Cut / Copy / Paste in the Visual CE Macro Editor.
Technical Tip: Populating the Northwinds Mobile Traders Database.
Mobile Industry Related:
Article: Chronicles of a Windows Mobile User Gone iPhone.
SYWARE News: SYWARE Inc.'s Visual CE Nominated for Smartphone and Pocket PC Magazine's 2007 Best Software Awards.
Each year since 2000 Smartphone and Pocket PC magazine's Annual Best Software Awards help users select software that best suits their Windows Mobile Pocket PC and Smartphone needs by honoring companies that produce outstanding software. Even if Visual CE hadn't won in the database category the last three years and hadn't been nominated again this year, we'd still recommend that you spend a few moments looking over the nominees!
SYWARE Update: News: Cut / Copy / Paste in the Visual CE Macro Editor.
Visual CE 10.x included a powerful new macro editor, but there was one noticeable limitation: there was no way to cut / copy / paste steps from one macro to another. A preliminary version that adds this functionality is available to Visual CE licensees. Want to give it a try? Send us your name and we'll send you this feature so that you can try it out.
Technical Tip from "Dr. DeeBee": Populating the Northwinds Mobile Traders Database.
Visual CE comes with a sample order entry application called Northwind Mobile Traders (on your handheld, START | PROGRAMS | NORTHWIND MOBILE TRADERS). This is a mobile rendition of the Northwind Traders database that comes with Microsft Access. This month's tip describes how you can
populate this sample database.
Industry Article: Chronicles of a Windows Mobile User Gone iPhone.
iPhone is here and you just can't ignore the elephant in the room. Here are the blog entries from Brandon Miniman of pocketnow.com (a self-described "faithful Windows Mobile user") talking about his iPhone experiences. Some of it is good, some of it is bad, but all of it is interesting reading:
Tell us here.