Visual Studio :: Cannot Access Mobile Web Page Template Nor Mobile Web Control In VS 2008 Or 2010?
Feb 7, 2011
I am trying to start a new mobile web application project but cannot find the mobile page template originally available on VS 2005, nor can I get the mobile web controls to display in the toolbox even though I have then all selected in the tool-> select toolbox items why? and what can I do?
If you have a website with alternate versions of your webpages, one set for say windows mobile, and another set for a desktop user. I have setup a small website with a logon page that is so basic that it would be serviceable for mobile and desktop screens, the remainder of the pages would require mobile and desktop versions. Long story short, I suppose I need to way to modify the login page that can detect the type of client and browse to mobile or desktop page accordingly. What is the preferred way to doing this? Are there any code samples or tutorials that you can point me towards? One thing I forgot to mention, I am coding in C#.
I have downloaded all the required setup to use windows application. I am using vs 2008, already downloaded Windows Mobile 6 Professional SDK Refresh, Windows Mobile 6 Standard SDK Refresh. its buliding and deploying successfully. But I am not able to place tools, because there are no tool in toolbox. What i should do to see the tools in tool box.
I am developing a web based application for a Motorolla Mc 9090, it is a wireless barcode scanner running windows mobile 5.0.
The idea is to centralize the inventory in one database, by scanning items, serials, bins etc.
I have a set of pages each containg forms, where the user will have to scan an item, and automaticall the scanner has a carriege return (ENTER key) the idea was to have the user simply scan, and the page would automatically click the button posting to server for processing and then the server would reply.
For some reason i cannot get the focus() to work as well as the defaultbutton propperty of the form. There is also 1 more problem, the readOnly textboxes look the same as the non readOnly textboxes, even with the backcolor property changed.(guessing this is just MS)
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:
I am developing a mobile application that requires text entry in a mobile:textbox component. I want it to only accept numeric and "#*". when I press the "1" key on my mobile phone it should enter a "1", not "a", "b", "c", etc.
I have developed one website in asp.net and now I want to open the same website in mobile devices.now i want to develop that for mobile users. I tried with .net mobile controls but it is not full filling my requirements. In the web page if combine the .net mobile controls with Asp.net controls Is it give any problem in the browser (at the time of rendering the controls in browser) in any of the devices like Nokia, iphone, BB. If use html controls in application
i am going to start first mobile application.Already Vs 2008 installed, but no Mobile SDK.So please tell which SDK i have to install to start up my first mobile application?Or some VS 2008 plugin requires for Mobile application
I'm totally new to ASP.NET ( as a VC++ 6.0 engineer ), I have just downloaded the express edition of 2010 web developer and cannot find for the life of me the correct project template to create an ASP.NET webservice.. in 2008 it appears there is an option for this .. however I cannot find it in 2010..
Today in one of the computer i installed visual studio 2010 professional edition, and successfully installed. But in my new project template "Asp.net MVC 2 website" is missing. Also I'm not able to open an already created MVC 2 project also. I'm also having MVC 2 installed with VS 2008 Sp1 in the same machine and is working fine. I uninstalled and installed again, the same is happening.
I am trying to create a mobile version of a web application using VS2010 (.Net 3.5, not 4). When I search for information on ASP.net mobile I see a lot of references to mobile controls that adapt their HTML to the specific device requesting the page. Since I would like this app to be viewable on as many as devices as possible, it seems like it would be better to use the mobile controls rather than just create a smaller version of a web form. Apparently VS2008 and up do not include the mobile control templates, but you can download and install them separately. I did, but when I tried to create a test page I get a server error complaining that the assembly "System.Web.Mobile" could not be found. I double checked in my references and that assembly is included in the project. The file System.Web.Mobile.dll is also on the server running the app.
Is there something that I am doing wrong, or is developing a mobile web app in this way using VS2010 not possible?
Has anyone deployed a website using the login database in the visual studio 2010 asp website template? I was wondering if I could look at someone's example to see how the integrated this into their website.