Pocket PC Web site development tips  

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More and more users are accessing the Web via Pocket PC handhelds, so Web developers need to be proficient in Pocket Internet Explorer (pIE) specifications. This article examines the basic pIE specs and shows you how to tune your Web site appropriately.

When you're developing Pocket PC Web sites, you need to consider three elements: presentation, browser features, and bandwidth. You can create mobile code by hand or with specialized tools. The Visual Studio .NET 2003 mobile controls easily self-render ASP.NET pages for the Pocket PC platform.

This article will offer a brief overview of the Pocket PC Web site specification. I'll examine details native to the Microsoft Pocket Internet Explorer (known as pIE), but much of the information will be applicable to other Pocket PC-enabled Web browsers, such as Access NetFront, ThunderHawk, and MultiIE

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