We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'April 2014'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.
This project is a spin-off from Compact13Tools. Besides the name and URL changes, the Managed Code tools are built directly with OS as Managed Code Subprojects.
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One bug fix and one new feature.
Version 5.0 has been further updated to version 5.2.
This fixes some issues in version 5.0, 5.1 and 5.11
This article discusses the just released Compact13Tools Version 5.0 software architecture for Compact13Tools. This version has the full source for the Managed Code which it builds via a batch file.The software is structured as two layers. (Read on for more.) The next blog will introduce CEToolbox which directly builds to Managed Code tools as OS Source Subprojects; a topic covered in the previous three blogs. This article is essentially a slides presentation with some *comments.
Hyper-V and Compact 2013 (3 articles)
Managed Code as part of the OS Build ( 3 articles)
Not to be confused with updating from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 .. Do a Bing on Windows 8.1 Update and you'll see what I mean!
Now available on MSDN, dated 3rd April 2014. It comes in three downloads.
Feature Summary: One Small Step for Touch Users.. one Giant Leap for Desktop Users.
Announcements were plentiful at BUILD this week. Highlights include new developer opportunities on the Windows platform with a common platform across devices, a single toolset, a common infrastructure across the Windows and Windows Phone stores, and a clear commitment to interoperability. Specific announcements included:
Coming soon, Compact13TileShell as an alternative to Compact13MinShell:
The update for Compact 2013 is finally up on MSDN. This works in Visual Studio 2013. Windows Azure is to be renamed Microsoft Azure. WEShapWiz can directly generate a C# Compact 2013 project as an OS Subproject that builds with the OS!