Programming Windows® Embedded CE 6.0 Developer Reference (英語) ペーパーバック – 2007/10/13
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Get the popular, practical reference to developing small footprint applications—now updated for the Windows Embedded CE 6.0 kernel. Written by an authority on embedded application development, this book focuses in on core operating concepts and the Win32 API. It delivers extensive code samples and sample projects—helping you build proficiency creating innovative Windows applications for a new generation of devices.
Discover how to:
- Create complex applications designed for the unique requirements of embedded devices
- Manage virtual memory, heaps, and the stack to minimize your memory footprint
- Create multithreaded processes and handle events
- Use the Storage Manager to manage disparate file systems and volumes
- Store simple groups of data with the database API
- Read and write registry data, and enumerate keys and values
- Schedule user, timer event, system event, and bubble notifications
- Connect to wired and wireless networks, PCs, and other devices
Companion Web site includes:
- Code samples in Microsoft Visual C++
- Files for sample projects
Douglas Boling, author, trainer, and consultant, is widely recognized for his expertise in Windows CE. He speaks at leading professional developer conferences, such as VSLive! and the Microsoft Windows Embedded Developers Conference.
A variety of topics are discussed, including writing applications, dealing with user input (mice, keyboards), memory management, processes and threads in CE, Windows Registry, networking, etc.
CONS: Similar to other reviewers, certain sections leave quite a bit to be desired, such as the device driver section.
OVERALL: This book provides a good overview, but if you are serious about programming in Windows CE, you are going to need other resources as well.
It contains good descriptions of many aspects of CE 6.0, with code example and nessessary details for good insight into underlying principles.
It covers a broad scope of programming tasks for Windows CE.
I would recommend it.
Missing: some sort of media or link for source code samples.
(Retype the contents of a 15 pages project?)