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SYWARE, Inc. Related:
News: SYWARE Support Closed First Week in August
News: SYWARE's Visual CE Database Development Tool Supports Intermec Windows Mobile with Integrated Scanner
News: SYWARE, Inc. Releases Visual CE 11, New Version of the Award Winning Database and Forms Builder for Windows Mobile
Technical Tip: Reversing the Record Order
Mobile Industry Related:
Article: "Free" Symbian will affect Windows Mobile -- but how?
SYWARE News: SYWARE Support Closed First Week in August
It's finally summertime and the SYWARE support staff plans to take a little break. SYWARE support will be closed from August 1 to August 8. We will reopen Monday August 10'th. Please plan appropriately.
SYWARE News: SYWARE's Visual CE Database Development Tool Supports Intermec Windows Mobile with Integrated Scanner
SYWARE's Visual CE now has native support for Intermec Windows Mobile devices having an integrated bar code scanner. The combined solution allows organizations with limited resources to quickly develop databases for a wide variety of scanning tasks, including inventory control, transportation, and health care. Please read the press release
SYWARE News: SYWARE, Inc. Releases Visual CE 11, New Version of the Award Winning Database and Forms Builder for Windows Mobile
This major new release of the powerful, inexpensive, award winning database software for Windows Mobile, Pocket PC and Pocket PC Phone Edition devices adds XML compatibility, incoming SMS message support, and file I/O. Please read the press release and look over the list of new features.
Technical Tip from "Dr. DeeBee": Reversing the Record Order
Most of the time, when you want to see your records ordered by a column, you want numbers and text to be sorted in ascending order and dates to be descending. But sometimes you want the records sorted in the opposite direction. Here's how to order your records in the opposite order.
Mobile Industry Article: "Free" Symbian will affect Windows Mobile -- but how?
Finnish handset manufacturer Nokia has announced it will buy the rest of Symbian, then release the smartphone OS under an open source license. What are the consequences for Windows Mobile? See what the analysts have to say.
Tell us here.