I have read many pages on detecting mobile phones but my question is for setting the screen size for this. I can easily made the screen the same size as my mobile phone but on some devices you still have to zoom in to see it. Is this mainly on the device side that needs to be set? Is there any way to tell the device to show the page zoomed in?
This is the first time i am going to develop asp.net web application for mobiles. All these while i thought there are seperate project templates available in VS2008 and VS2010 as i used to see them in VS2003. Now it is missing. I have also seen assemplies(System.Web.Mobile) available in .net framework for mobile based web controls. I googled, i did not find any convincing results :(.
Do i need to use the same Asp.net WebSite template for both desktop browsers and mobile browsers just by considering the screen layout?. that is i should detect if the request is from desktop browsers use one type of layout and other for mobile browsers. If my understanding is right? how do i test those web pages for different mobile models?
Many websites shows about how to run mobile pages on emulators...Actually how to run it in actual (real) mobile phonewant to use my own mobile as the real mobile phone to run the mobile pages and if possible.Can i run it like web application. Run in localhost?
or developing mobile web application based on the targetting mobile devices we can develop that in asp.net using asp.net controls but still so much of application they are using mobile controls in there project. mobile controls are not that much flexible but still why there are using? Is there any specific reason to use mobile controls in the project?
m making .net mobile application using asp.net controle(not mobile controle) in visual studio 2008..in this application i hav designed a form in which i m saving records into database..in this record one field is date.if i use asp.net calender to enter date than date is not selected..
I currently have a ASP.NET web application that was designed for desktops/laptops. Now we need a mobile version of this application. I have never developed mobile application before and am looking for any good tips before i start. Things that i have been thinking about like how do you know when load the mobile version or the normal version.
If I have a asp.net site for desktop, what should I do to enable smart phones ?By mistake I added a / to the URL and I noticed that the desktop web site was simple, no buttons, just URL links set to a side.
I have an assignment to develop a mobile application for My company's customers (around 250000). its could be download from our website or we can also provide to our customers those are visiting our branches, on their demand.Requirments:
Here's the scenario:I have an asp.net webpage which displays dynamic data in a gridview.I'm using a master page to display the header and footer of the page, and this gridview is being displayed inside a div in the contentplaceholder.
The Problem:What I want is that the size of the page that is displayed remains constant for a user and must be equal to the size of their browser's available display area and the content being visible by scrolling the div.Sort of like the header and footer remain at the same position and the content inside it is scrollable.
I am working on windows Mobile 6. I have created Mobile Application which is receiving data from webservice. Web service is working on Development End and also in UK on Mobile Device. Same application is tried from Dubai to recieve same data but an error occured to receive data. What could be problem? Application from Dubai is accessing My PC service but server at Germany is not accessible. Is there ant blockage issue from server to specific Global IP. User is accesing using Wi Fi.