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Visual CE now creates forms using SQL Server CE databases
Posted on 27-Feb-2004 17:47 | Filed under: News


Visual CE now creates forms using SQL Server CE databases
Visual CE now allows creation of forms using data from Microsoft SQL Server CE databases. Working in conjunction with sqlceEnable, an add-on software tool from Syware, Visual CE can use data from any SQL Server CE database to create mobile forms for a variety of applications, from patient tracking to inventory management. Together, Visual CE and SQL Server CE allow developers to quickly design and deploy mobile applications in exactly the format required, whether the task is monitoring property transactions across multiple realtors, or replacing a sequential, paper-based approval process to speed new product development.

Visual CE provides an array of mobile development tools, all within an easy-to-use, 'no programming required' environment. Intuitive forms design, a flexible interface, and support for an unlimited number of controls means developers are up and running quickly. Visual CE also supports GPS devices and bar code scanners, as well as the ability to send
SMS messages directly from within a database application. The software also works in conjunction with Report CE, a report writing tool for Windows CE and Pocket PC handhelds.

sqlceEnable is an add-on to Visual CE that allows mobile professionals to create custom applications using data from SQL Server CE databases. sqlceEnable can be seamlessly integrated into new or pre-built applications, significantly shortening development time and increasing the efficiency of end users.


More information: http://www.syware.com...







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