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Professional Windows Embedded Compact 7

Samuel Phung, David Jones, Thierry Joubert, Mike Hall (Foreword by)
ISBN: 978-1-118-05046-0
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744 pages
September 2011
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FOREWORD xxxv

INTRODUCTION xxxvii

PART I: INTRODUCING EMBEDDED DEVELOPMENT.

CHAPTER 1: EMBEDDED DEVELOPMENT 3

CHAPTER 2: WINDOWS EMBEDDED COMPACT 7 11

CHAPTER 3: DEVELOPMENT STATION PREPARATION 19

CHAPTER 4: DEVELOPMENT PROCESS 29

CHAPTER 5: DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT AND TOOLS 35

PART II: PLATFORM BUILDER AND OS DESIGN.

CHAPTER 6: BSP INTRODUCTION 53

CHAPTER 7: OS DESIGN 69

CHAPTER 8: TARGET DEVICE CONNECTIVITY AND DOWNLOAD 87

CHAPTER 9: DEBUG AND REMOTE TOOLS 97

CHAPTER 10: THE REGISTRY 125

CHAPTER 11: THE BUILD SYSTEM 137

CHAPTER 12: REMOTE DISPLAY APPLICATION 151

CHAPTER 13: TESTING WITH COMPACT TEST KIT 157

PART III: APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT.

CHAPTER 14: APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT 173

CHAPTER 15: .NET COMPACT FRAMEWORK 181

CHAPTER 16: CORECON CONNECTIVITY 187

CHAPTER 17: VISUAL STUDIO NATIVE CODE APPLICATION EXAMPLE 195

CHAPTER 18: MANAGED CODE APPLICATION EXAMPLE 207

CHAPTER 19: PLATFORM BUILDER NATIVE CODE APPLICATION EXAMPLE 219

CHAPTER 20: DEVELOPING EMBEDDED DATABASE APPLICATIONS 233

CHAPTER 21: SILVERLIGHT FOR WINDOWS EMBEDDED 267

CHAPTER 22: SILVERLIGHT FOR WINDOWS EMBEDDED APPLICATION EXAMPLES 275

CHAPTER 23: AUTO LAUNCHING APPLICATIONS 289

CHAPTER 24: APPLICATION DEPLOYMENT OPTIONS 297

PART IV: DEPLOY WINDOWS EMBEDDED COMPACT 7 DEVICES.

CHAPTER 25: DEPLOY OS RUN-TIME IMAGES 305

CHAPTER 26: BOOTLOADERS 313

CHAPTER 27: BIOSLOADER 321

CHAPTER 28: THE DISKPREP POWER TOY 327

PART V: DEVICE DRIVERS, BOOT LOADER, BSP, AND OAL DEVELOPMENT.

CHAPTER 29: AN OVERVIEW OF DEVICE DRIVERS 339

CHAPTER 30: DEVICE DRIVER ARCHITECTURES 349

CHAPTER 31: INTERRUPTS 367

CHAPTER 32: STREAM INTERFACE DRIVERS 393

CHAPTER 33: DEVELOPING A STREAM INTERFACE DRIVER 417

CHAPTER 34: STREAM DRIVER API AND DEVICE DRIVER TESTING 449

CHAPTER 35: THE TARGET SYSTEM 467

PART VI: ADVANCED APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT.

CHAPTER 36: INTRODUCTION TO REAL-TIME APPLICATIONS 487

CHAPTER 37: A SIMPLE REAL-TIME APPLICATION 497

CHAPTER 38: EXTENDING LOW-LEVEL ACCESS TO MANAGED CODE 509

CHAPTER 39: EXTENDING LOW-LEVEL ACCESS TO MANAGED CODE WITH MESSAGES 531

CHAPTER 40: A WEB SERVER APPLICATION 545

CHAPTER 41: A USB CAMERA APPLICATION 563

PART VII: SAMPLE PROJECTS.

CHAPTER 42: DEVELOP A WINDOWS NETWORK PROJECTOR 577

CHAPTER 43: PHIDGETS DEVICES 585

CHAPTER 44: FTDI DEVICES 601

CHAPTER 45: INTEGRATING MANAGED CODE PROJECTS 629

APPENDIX A: VIRTUAL PC CONNECTIVITY 639

APPENDIX B: MICROSOFT RESOURCES 645

APPENDIX C: COMMUNITY RESOURCES 649

APPENDIX D: EMBEDDED HARDWARE 655

INDEX 659

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