Last post May 18, 2009 11:48 PM by someguy198650
May 18, 2009 12:21 AM|deesh1531982|LINK
How to create asp.net mobile applications which should work on iphone and windows mobile device.i created but the size was not good on iphone when comparing with windows device.
Please suggest me the solutions.
Thanks in advance.
May 18, 2009 01:44 AM|qwe123kids|LINK
Check the above link..
May 18, 2009 06:11 AM|deesh1531982|LINK
I tried with normal web forms and it seems to be fine in almost all devices , is there any specific reasons tat i should go only with mobile forms or shall i use normal web forms to develop mobile applications.
suggest me and thanks in advance
May 18, 2009 06:17 AM|qwe123kids|LINK
It is Not recommmedablt to use Normal web pages..
Many html tab Are supported inside the Many Mobile Browser..
example ;- Table tag is Not supported In Normal Mobile..
If U use Normal Form It would Not render properly on Mobile Phone.......
The Mobile Control of Asp.net would Render as Per requirement of Phone..
May 18, 2009 10:57 AM|olta|LINK
If you have already seen, visual studio 2008 dont have mobile web forms, neither will have visual studio 2010. So you are free to use normal web forms because micro browsers now support many controls. The only difference is that you have to work for mobile
sizes, to fit the pages in different mobile screen terminals, you can use not fixed sizes but % sizes.
I recomend you to use normal web forms, but you have to read first about the w3c standarts for mobile,
May 18, 2009 11:48 PM|someguy198650|LINK
.NET Mobile Forms are specialized web forms designed to work on different mobile devices.
A mobile page is much the same as an ordinary .NET web page. It is a text file with an aspx extension, and it can contain a variety of web controls.
The difference is the page directive that identifies the page as a mobile page, and the controls used on the page, which are mobile controls.
The mobile controls can be programmed device-independently, and the page will produce an output that suits the device that access it.