SQLite WinRT empowers Windows and Windows Phone developers to build mobile enterprise apps using Windows Runtime (WinRT) APIs to work with the world’s most popular mobile database. SQLite advantages include cross-platform (OS + Processor) support, speed, ACID reliability, and support
This afternoon at TechEd Europe 2013 in Madrid, I’ll be finishing the day with my session, “All Aboard for the Future of HTML5 Mobile and Hybrid Web Apps for Windows Phone 8 and Windows Tablets” at 17:00 in room N102. Session abstract: Do you
Wow, “Keeping Windows 8 Tablets in Sync with SQL Server 2012″ has already surged up to be the number one Kindle book in the Microsoft Mobile and Tablet category! Couldn’t be happier. I appreciate the support.
For all you tech readers that like to keep your books digital, I’m happy to announce my new book “Keeping Windows 8 Tablets in Sync with SQL Server 2012″ is available on the Kindle. For just $9.99 USD, you can learn
I’m pleased to announce that my newest book, “Keeping Windows 8 Tablets in Sync with SQL Server 2012,” is now available for sale on Amazon. Spending a decade travelling the globe to help the world’s largest companies design and build mobile solutions
I first noticed the phenomenon of companies with route drivers moving from ruggedized Windows Mobile handhelds to Windows tablets a few years ago. The thinking was you could turn these folks who perform direct store delivery (DSD), pickup and delivery,
If you’re a CIO, IT Director or Manager that’s considering introducing Windows 8 Tablets into your enterprise, I do not want you to think that making this move requires you to rewrite your corporate apps. I repeat, the apps you
Your organization’s mobile center of excellence must create a matrix of supported smartphones, tablets and laptops to guide BYOD employees. Considerations include security, app compatibility, device manageability, HTML5 browser support, and WLAN/WWAN capabilities that align with your networks.
So you need to build a mobile enterprise app that runs on Windows tablets… Your app must retrieve data from SQL Server and take it offline. It must allow the mobile user to view, manipulate, capture new information, and then