Choosing the Right Mobile Technology and Mobile Device Marcus Perryman Chung Webster Consultant Consultant Microsoft Microsoft Agenda Mobile Growth and opportunity Diverse Devices Pocket PC, Smartphone, Tablet, SmartDisplay Next Generation Pocket PC and Smartphone Platform What‟s new! Development for Ozone Choosing the right development approach Thin client solution vs Smart client application Development tool choices. Mobile Growth Software Platform for Clients Worldwide shipments of high-end smartphones will reach 45M by 2007 - Arc Group, 16 April 2003 "Worldwide, there will be 1.7 billion mobile connections at the end of 2007", 'Mobile Terminals: Worldwide, 1997 to 2006' report (TCMC-WW-MS-0374), B. Prohm et al., Gartner Services to Subscribers 2,154,246,090 cellular subscribers World wide by 2007 - EMC World Cellular Database, April 2003 Supporting The Developer Developer Tools eMbedded Visual Tools VisualStudio.NET .NET Compact Framework (.NET CF) ASP.NET Mobile Controls Mobility Developer Conference First MS Mobility Developer Conference a huge success in London Bigger and better follow-up events in US, Europe and Asia Partner Program Designed to help developers build applications Provides marketing support for product launches and PR Certification and market delivery of mobile applications designed for Pocket PC and Smartphone Empowers ISVs to generate incremental revenues through mobile operator relationships Extends customer reach and reducing time-to-market Mobile Device Strategy Microsoft‟s vision is “Empower people through great software any where any time, and on any device” OEM differentiation in hardware and capability Pocket PC Excellent platform for LOB applications Excellent mail linkage with Pocket PC Outlook and Exchange Rich environment Phone Edition online and offline Rich photo and music experience Smartphone Tablet PC Diverse Devices Smartphone Pocket PC Tablet Smart Display What is Smartphone 2002? Mobile-handset Communication management tool Mobile Phone, Outlook, Web Up-to-date Great sync to desktop or server Manageable Over-the-air configuration Extensible Partners, carriers and customers are free to extend/ enhance featureset Install applications, take advantage of HW features What is PocketPC 2002 Improved UI Themes Improved software Pocket Office, PIE Media Player, Terminal Services Corporate Network Access VPN, Network Browse Hardware ARM Standardization FLASH ROM in all devices Developer Connection Manager Notifications MAPI Many more documented API‟s Microsoft PocketPC Phone Edition Developer Access to phone functionality Cell Core library SMS, SIM, Phone WAP, TAPI PDA First Extended apps to take advantage of phone. All the PocketPC 2002 functionality Office, Instant Messenger, Media Player etc Mobile Outlook (Unified inbox) Inbox, SMS, vMail, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks Always up-to-date (GPRS) 3rd Party Extensible Introducing the Tablet PC Full Function Mobile Business PC Runs Windows XP Tablet PC Edition (superset of Windows XP Pro) Runs all existing Windows applications Enables New PC Usage Scenarios Unprecedented PC mobility New Pen and Speech technologies A Powerful Platform Enables a new generation of business solutions E.g., MS Office, many third party ISV applications The Smartest .NET Client Most mobile PC, most powerful OS Includes full .NET framework Windows Powered Smart Display: What Is It? The Evolution of the Monitor Does for the home PC what the cordless handset did for the home phone Liberating Free yourself with a secure cordless connection to your Windows XP-based PC from anywhere in your home Empowering Extend the power of your personalized Windows XP experience and the rich features, applications and services you use most Convenient Access your PC instantly whenever you want to with devices that are simple to set-up & require minimal maintenance Next Generation Device Platform Pocket PC Ozone Platform Next Generation Smartphone Brief History of Time Pocket PC Pocket PC Pocket PC 2002 Ozone April 00 Oct 01 H1 2002 SP 1 4.1 4.2 June 00 Jan 02 Win CE 3.0 Win CE .NET (4.0) Embedded Embedded Visual Tools 3.0 Visual Tools 4.0 What‟s New in Ozone? (Part 1) New OS version: Windows CE 4.2 Security – Trustworthy Computing Initiative Trusted CE devices as part of a corporate network L2TP and IPSec 802.11 Native AP support, including 802.1x, TKIP, WEP rekeying, etc IPv6 protocol and applications Improved pIE with IPv6 support Multimedia Windows Media 9 codes/DMO wrapper Real Time Communications RTC IPv6 Support Sync with latest MS Messenger technologies What‟s New in Ozone? (Part 2) File System Filters Sit on top of the FS, intercept FS calls before FS handling Useful for… Encrypt / Decrypt; Compress / Uncompress; Virus scan Device management Configuration Manager Delivery through: RAPI, CAB, XML, WAP Shell changes Background execution (e.g. screen off) PIE HTML 4.01, XHTML, CSS, WML 2.0, Jscript 5.5 Messaging… Backwards Compatibility Goal is for 100% back compat But, be aware: New OS (major revision from 3.0) Same MFC, rebuilt ATL COM objects are now free-threaded eVB/ADO runtimes have been rebuilt Some CEMAPI constants no longer supported Few APIs migrated from one .h to another Test, test, test! Remote Device Configuration SMS Interception and Processing Development For Ozone Today Next Gen PPC 2002 SP 2002 PPC Ozone SP v.Next WinCE OS 3.0 3.0 4.2 4.2 eVC 3.0 3.0 4.0 (SP2) 4.0 (SP2) eVB 3.0 - - - VS.NET 2003 - 2003 2003 .NETCF 1.0 - 1.0 1.0* MFC X - X - ATL X - X X eVB (runtime) X - X (RAM) - SQL CE X - X - ADO.NET X - X X MSMQ X - X X Web Server X - X - Development Choices API Strengths Microsoft Win32 Smallest and fastest .exe files and DLLs. (C / C++) Lowest memory overhead. Required for device drivers, control panel applets, shell extensions No runtime required; Windows CE .NET is the runtime. MFC / ATL Object-oriented. Inheritance, Encapsulation, Polymorphism (C++) Classes support arrays, lists, and simplify data handling. Type safety Complete MFC/ATL source code ships with tools. Good tool support & wizards .NET Framework Well-designed programming interface. (C# and Microsoft Object-oriented. Inheritance, Encapsulation, Polymorphism Visual Basic® .NET) Classes support arrays, lists, hashtables, dictionaries, and stacks. Type safety Namespaces. Automatic garbage collection eliminates memory leaks. MSIL / CIL, provides binary portable of executable (.exe & .dll) Web service clients are quick and easy to write. Great support for handling XML. Great tool support — Forms Designer Runtimes and Tools Pocket PC Ozone, Smartphone v.Next Native Code Development eVC++ 4.0 eVC++ 4.0 Service Pack 2 required PPC: eVB/ADO runtime supported, but no eVB SDK/Tools Managed Code Development (C# / VB.Net) .NETCF in ROM Visual Studio .NET 2003 Allnative and managed code development requires PPC/SP SDKs Native Code Development Improved Debugging JIT debugging (attach to dead process) Attach to already running process Multithreaded application debugging Updated Compilers SEH and C++ exception handling STL (Standard Template Library) Intrinsics (generate in-line code) Updated Remote Tools Call Profiler Performance Monitor New Debugging Features New Remote Tools Managed Code Development Visual Studio .NET & .NET Compact Framework Visual Studio .NET 2003 Provides all development tools for the device Includes Compact Framework CAB install Compact Framework in ROM Pocket PC Ozone More later… Ozone SDK (Beta) All you need to develop against Ozone… Plug-ins for eVC++ 4.0 (SP2) Plug-ins for Visual Studio .NET 2003 All required headers / libs / etc. (x86/ARM) Runtimes and components: eVB runtime HTTPD (Web Server) MSMQ Emulation images Pocket PC Pocket PC Phone Edition Pocket PC Phone Edition Virtual Radio Updated samples collection Design guide Reference documentation Choosing the right development approach Tools vs. Devices Smartphone Pocket PC Tablet PC Embedded Yes Yes Tools eVC++ Only (eVC / eVB) Yes .NET (via Tablet SDK) .NET CF (future) Yes ASP.NET Mobile Controls Yes Yes Yes .NET Device Programming Two approaches – one model, one tool ASP.NET Mobile Smart Device Controls Programmability Thin client Smart client Remote Web Pages Local Code Mobile Web .NET Compact Browser Framework Device Operating System Server Side or Smart Client Key questions Server side Broad device support Server side logic Server Side No client installation Browser or messaging UI Online only ? Smart Client Smart Target smart clients Client Client side logic & data UI flexibility Performance Offline & Online .NET Device Programming Server Side Development ASP.NET Mobile Controls Thin client Remote Web Pages Mobile Web Browser Device Operating System Mobile Development Situation ASP.NET mobile controls Write-once mobile web pages From a single code base target multiple devices Separate code from presentation layer Support for a variety of devices Web enabled Cell Phones, PDAs and Pagers Support multiple mark-up languages WML1.1 (WAP); cHTML 1.0, and HTML 3.2 Customizable and extensible framework Add new controls and support for new devices ASP.NET Mobile Controls Demo .NET Device Programming Client Side Development Smart Device Programmability Smart client Local Code .NET Compact Framework Device Operating System .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 Guarantees robustness and security Highly interactive, offline, and networked experiences Makes it easy to consume web services Tunable size and performance .NET Compact Framework Demo Summary Mobile technology industry is diverse, fast paced and growing very quickly, with no one device able to solve all problems. Microsoft offers a rich suit of flexible software to cater for a wide variety of devices and solutions. Visual Studio.NET provides a „state of the art‟ development tools for managed mobile solutions.
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