The MMIT allows you to create Multi-Device Wireless application quickly and easily. The way Microsoft have chosen to implement it is to have a file made of "forms" that will be used as the skeleton of the page.
In a future article I will explain the main Mobile forms and show you how to create your own control from scratch. In this article we did not speak about the great capabilities of Visual Studio .NET for building wireless applications; we will also discuss that in a future article.
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