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Punit Shah. Technical Lead | Microsoft punits@microsoft.com | http://blogs.msdn.com/punit. Mobile World. What is .NET Compact Framework?. .NET Framework. . NET Compact Framework. What is .NET Compact Framework?. Lightweight version of .NET Framework

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punit shah
Punit Shah

Technical Lead | Microsoft

punits@microsoft.com | http://blogs.msdn.com/punit

what is net compact framework
What is .NET Compact Framework?

.NET Framework

.NET Compact

Framework

what is net compact framework1
What is .NET Compact Framework?
  • Lightweight version of .NET Framework
  • Designed for resource-constrained devices
  • Compatible with VS.NET, C#, VB.NET
  • Runs applications securely on-device
  • High performance JIT compiler
what is net compact framework2
What is .NET Compact Framework?
  • Guarantees robustness and security
  • Highly interactive, offline, and networked experiences
  • Makes it easy to consume web services
  • Tunable size and performance
net cf design goals
.NET CF – Design Goals
  • Small CLR for Devices
  • Leverage VS to design, develop & debug
  • Web Service Access on Devices
  • Run seamlessly with the OS on the devices
  • Single binary deployment for all Pocket PC and Windows CE .NET CPUs
  • Enhanced developer productivity using .NET Compact Framework and Visual Studio .NET
net framework

System.Web

System.WinForms

Services

UI

Design

ComponentModel

Description

HtmlControls

Discovery

WebControls

System.Drawing

Protocols

Caching

Security

Drawing2D

Printing

Text

Configuration

SessionState

Imaging

System.Data

System.Xml

ADO.NET

SqlClient

XmlDocument

Serialization

Reader/Writers

Design

SqlServerCe

Xslt/XPath

System

Collections

IO

Configuration

Runtime

InteropServices

Security

Net

ServiceProcess

Remoting

Text

Reflection

Diagnostics

Serialization

Globalization

Resources

Threading

.NET Framework
net compact framework

System.Web

System.WinForms

Services

UI

Design

ComponentModel

Description

HtmlControls

Discovery

WebControls

System.Drawing

Protocols

Caching

Security

Drawing2D

Printing

Text

Configuration

SessionState

Imaging

System.Data

System.Xml

ADO.NET

SqlClient

XmlDocument

Serialization

Reader/Writers

Design

SqlServerCe

Xslt/XPath

System

Collections

IO

Configuration

Runtime

InteropServices

Security

Net

ServiceProcess

Remoting

Text

Reflection

Diagnostics

Serialization

Globalization

Resources

Threading

.NET Compact Framework
net clr common features
.NET CLR Common Features
  • Verifiable type safe execution
      • No uninitialized variables, unsafe casts, bad array indexing, bad pointer math
  • Garbage Collection
      • No ref-counting, no leaks
  • JIT compilation
  • Error handling with exceptions
  • Common type system
      • Call, inherit, and source-level debug across different languages
compact clr differences
Compact CLR Differences
  • COM Interop
    • Good support for calling native DLLs
    • Support for calling a COM object through DLL wrappers
    • No support for writing a COM / ActiveX object
  • No Install-time JIT (nGen) / No Reflection Emit
  • No Remoting / Client web services is fully supported
  • No Generic Serialization
    • Datasets can be serialized to XML
  • Subsets of other areas of functionality
net framework clr size
.NET Framework CLR Size
  • Framework size (RAM or ROM)
    • ~1.5 MB
  • Running RAM needs
    • 1 MB+ (depends on app)
  • Typical application sizes
    • 5 - 100 KB
    • Apps often smaller due to use of platform features in the framework
net compact framework features
.NET Compact Framework - Features
  • Base Classes
  • Data/XML
  • XML Web Service Client
  • Threading
  • Native Code Interop
  • Globalization
  • Windows Forms Support
mobile controls for asp net
Mobile Controls for ASP.NET
  • Write-once mobile web pages
    • From a single code base target multiple devices
  • Support for a variety of devices
    • Web enabled Cell Phones, PDAs and Pagers
  • Support multiple mark-up languages
    • WML1.1 (WAP); cHTML 1.0, HTML, XHTML
  • Customizable and extensible framework
    • Add new controls and support for new devices
  • Integrates with Visual Studio.NET
    • World-class development tool
power toys for net cf
Power Toys for .NET CF
  • Remote Performance Monitor and GC Heap Viewer
  • .NET CF CLR Profiler
  • App Configuration Tool (NetCFcfg.exe)
  • .NET CF ServiceModel Metadata Tool
  • Remote Logging Configuration Tool
  • .NET CF Network Log Viewer
summary
Summary
  • Leverage your knowledge and build device apps!
    • Desktop framework & tools
    • .NET languages (C#, VB .NET)
  • Choose the appropriate project template
  • Compile, Debug, and Deploy in Visual Studio .NET
references
References
  • Windows Mobile Dev Centre: http://msdn.microsoft.com/mobility
  • .NET CF Dev Guide:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/f44bbwa1.aspx

  • Samples:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb397851.aspx

feedback q a
Feedback/Q&A
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    • Please take a few moments to fill out our online feedback form
  • Use the Question Manager on LiveMeeting to ask your questions now!
contact
Contact
  • Email: punits@microsoft.com
  • Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/punit
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