We can test and view the defferent emulators using the mobile applications.
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Using your Browser
We can use a standard browser to test your mobile applications because the mobile web pages detect your browser.
It will produce HTML output, when a standard web browser detects mobile web page. Internet Explorer and in other browsers that support inline frames, this will work properly.
Pocket Internet Explorer from Microsoft
With the help of Microsoft's Internet Explorer Mobile enjoy a rich Web experience.
We can traffic reports, confirm facts, see what the competition is up to, and check your Web-based e-mail with Microsoft's Internet Explorer Mobile.
You can browse the Web online or download pages to read while youíre offline with the help of Microsoft's Internet Explorer Mobile.
Itís been optimized for fast or slow connections, meaning you can choose between graphic-heavy pages if you have a fast enough connection, or text-only pages if youíre on a slower connection Whichever the connection you choose.
Quick decision can be made by either connections depending on the connection type.
If you are developing mobile Web applications using ASP.NET (using the ASP.NET mobile controls), you can test your content with Openwave mobile browser simulators without leaving Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. Basic integration of Openwave simulators with Microsoft Visual Studio .NET can be accomplished using Visual Studio configuration options, as described on the Openwave Developer Web site. The Openwave mobile browser is the most common browser used in Internet enabled cell phones.
Openwave SDK 4.1.1 contains a simulator for Openwave mobile browser 4.1, which adheres to the WAP 1.1 standard and renders content in WML. SDK 6.1 and 6.2 contain Openwave mobile browser 6.1 and 6.2 respectively, which adhere to the WAP 2.0 standard and render content in XHTML Mobile Profile and CSS. Depending on your needs and the target devices for your market you can use any combination of the simulators. For more details on browser capabilities and device deployments, see the Openwave Developer Web site
After you register at the Forum Nokia site, you can download the latest version of Nokia's Mobile Internet Toolkit, version 3.1, for free. The current emulation configuration and browser settings can be viewed with the help of an intuitive IDE with code viewer/editor and configuration tabs. This toolkit contains emulators for most of the different Nokia devices.
The developer can fine-tune the behavior of the selected emulator with the dialog box. This includes the actual size of the display in pixels, WTAI configurations settings, connection mode, cache, positioning method (GPS or GSM), and the device's User-Agent variable (often examined on the server side in order to generate device-specific content).
The Pocket PC 2002 SDK(Software Development Kit), in conjunction with the Microsoft eMbedded Visual Tools 3.0, deliver a complete development environment for creating applications for Pocket PC 2002 mobile devices based on Microsoft Windows CE.
A rich development environment can be accessed with the help of Pocket PC. The Microsoft Win32 application programming interface is the base for Windows CE operating system. Therefore, you can enhance your applications by using exposed APIs from bundled applications.
eMbedded Visual Tools 3.0: System Requirements
PC with Pentium processor(P-II and above); Pentium 400 MHz or higher processor recommended
128 MB RAM (196 MB recommended)
Hard-disk space required: For minimum installation 360 MB; For complete installation - 720 MB
CD-ROM drive compatible with multimedia PC specification
VGA or higher-resolution monitor required; Super VGA(SVGA) recommended