Windows Mobile 6.5 SDK Released

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Earlier this week, Microsoft released the Windows Mobile 6.5 software development kit (SDK) which is what developers will use to build applications for the upcoming mobile OS. Included in the kit is a set of APIs that let developers tap into the touch gesture framework. In a big change from previous versions of the OS, 6.5 is to be more touch-friendly, letting users scroll through the phone with their finger – no stylus required. Also included are gesture APIs and code samples for developing software for the OS. The Windows Mobile team even posted a guide for widget creation on their blog to help developers get going. 

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    Mario Albertico Magana

    LiveSide.net made the same booboo; it's Windows Mobile 6.5 DTK not SDK.

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    Mario Albertico Magana

    LiveSide.net made the same booboo; it's Windows Mobile 6.5 DTK not SDK.

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    epanchanaf

    Hi, my name is edgardo panchana, i'm form Ecuador, do you know something about silverlight for windows mobile?

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    epanchanaf

    Hi, my name is edgardo panchana, i'm form Ecuador, do you know something about silverlight for windows mobile?

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    Aditya

    I am currently user of Windows Mobile 6 which is installed in my palm top. New WM6.5 seem to be a very well improved os for mobiles as i've read some review on pcworld, on10 and other blogs.

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    Aditya

    I am currently user of Windows Mobile 6 which is installed in my palm top. New WM6.5 seem to be a very well improved os for mobiles as i've read some review on pcworld, on10 and other blogs.

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