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Windows Mobile 7, the end of LabVIEW PDA?

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I was just reading this article on Ars Technica, about the lock-up decision by Microsoft to only support C# and Silverlight programs on Windows Mobile 7. And I am wondering if this will terminate the usage of LabVIEW PDA module. It looks a kind like the lock-up Apple is doing for Iphone/Ipad.

Does anybody have an idea.

Ton

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The PDA module allows us to develop for CE-embedded on tiny SBCs. CE is not really (just) for cell phones...so I really hope they will continue to support that at least.

NI is already generating C code and .Net assemblies though so perhaps it's not such a leap to support Win7 Mobile.

I was just reading this article on Ars Technica, about the lock-up decision by Microsoft to only support C# and Silverlight programs on Windows Mobile 7. And I am wondering if this will terminate the usage of LabVIEW PDA module. It looks a kind like the lock-up Apple is doing for Iphone/Ipad.

Does anybody have an idea.

Ton

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Too bad NI is not making a LV web front end that uses HTML5.

No, but they do have a pilot program for a web-based front end that uses other technology. If you join the pilot, perhaps you can convince them that HTML 5 is more appropriate.

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No, but they do have a pilot program for a web-based front end that uses other technology. If you join the pilot, perhaps you can convince them that HTML 5 is more appropriate.

Already tried that...

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Already tried that...

It would've been interesting. Oh well. I imagine they'll support it eventually.

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