This is the last blog in the OS design section, after this I will be moving on to application development.
So, here we go with the SDK development.
In order to write applications using Visual Studio 2005 and establish a connection to download applications to the eBox-4300 for testing and debug, a CE 6.0 SDK for the OS Design we created in the previous steps is needed.
Enter eBox4300_WinCE600_SDK as the name for the SDK. Fill in the company name and company website information. On the left side of SDK Property Page, click on Install and enter MSI folder path and MSI file name on the right side. Use the default path, and enter eBox4300_WinCE600_SDK.msi as the file name.
On the left side of SDK Property Page, click on Development Languages and select both Native and Managed development support. Please note its not mandatory to select both native and managed code support, you can choose anyone depending on the type of application you want to develop.
Click on the Apply and then OK button to complete the Add New SDK process. To make changes to the SDK before building, from VS2005 IDE, select the Solution tab in VS2005 IDE, expand the SDKs folder, right click on eBox4300_WinCE600_SDK and select Properties to bring up the SDK Property Pages.
It is possible to build and generate the SDK installation file with the following steps. From VS2005 IDE, select the Solution tab, expand the SDKs folder, right click on eBox4300_WinCE600_SDK and select Build. A SDK with the file name eBox4300_WinCE600_SDK.msi is generated in the following folder:..\WINCE600\OS Designs\eBox4300\eBox4300\SDKs\SDK1\MSI\
Install this SDK to the VS2005 development station to development CE 6.0 application for eBox-4300.
It is a good practice to close VS2005 when installing this SDK.
So, here we end the OS Development process. Please have a look at it carefully try different combinations so that you get comfortabe with it.
Thanks for reading
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