windows CE 5.0 and delphi 7


Hope you all are keeping well.

I need to know how can I write application for Windows CE 5.0.
Any clue any example of any simple application will be highly appriciated.

Does it requires any third party tools/componets

Posted On: Tuesday 16th of October 2012 03:37:46 AM Total Views:  346
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