The Win32® API is still the basis for developing apps for Windows® CE devices. But developers targeting this new class of hardware will have to follow special programming guidelines and use new tools such as the Handheld PC Emulator. Neil Fishman and Jeffrey Richter
Getting MSN 2.0 up and working was a huge task involving complex communications among server machines, as well as frugal programming on the client. In this case study, the MSN Development team shares its solutions.
Alok Sinha, Don Clore, and Dale Phurrough
MFC supports ToolTips in vanilla Application Framework-based programs, but there are plenty of apps that need more support. Find out how you can enhance existing ToolTip classes, roll your own new classes, and add ToolTips to your Web pages.