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Introduction to the Microsoft Mobile Internet Toolkit


Microsoft spoke for the first time of the .NET architecture at the Professional Developers' Conference in Orlando in July 2000. Its various features and components were explained to the large audience by a number of speakers. In this article Jean-Baptiste is going to introduce us to the MMIT and also show us how we can use it to develop a mobile web application for several types of devices.

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By: Jean-Baptiste Minchelli
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May 06, 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Introduction to the Microsoft Mobile Internet Toolkit
  2. · Architecture
  3. · Your first application
  4. · Conclusion

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Microsoft spoke for the first time of the .NET architecture at the Professional Developers' Conference in Orlando in July 2000. Its various features and components were explained to the large audience by a number of speakers. You certainly know about that and I will not explain it once again.

In this article I will introduce the Microsoft Mobile Internet Toolkit (MMIT) and show you how it can be used to develop a (mobile) web application for several kinds of Wireless devices.

The MMIT is "just" an extension of the .NET framework providing a simple and a quick way to build Wireless applications. The most interesting feature of MMIT is that it enables code generation, allowing developers to build just one application for multiple targeted device types.
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