Posted on 2002-05-15
Last Modified: 2010-05-02
Can I use VB to make a program for PDA ?
If yes, any URL Resources ?
If no, the what prog. lang ?
Question by:tanc02
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by:Éric Moreau
ID: 7013476
if you are using VB6, you need VB CE:

if you are willing to use .Net (and I urge you on that way), see 

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ID: 7013565
If you're using Microsoft Pocket PC 2002 OS you need eVB.  You can download the eVB IDE software free from Microsoft.  I looks a lot like VB 6, though there are limitations.  For example, you have the power of VBScript with some APIs and a special version of ADO for database functionality.

Here's another great resource:


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Monchanger earned 50 total points
ID: 7013965
In case you're not using Windows CE, but PalmOS (Palm & Visor handhelds), there is a suite called AppForge, which is actually an add-in for VB. You code in VB (using special controls - you don't use the regular textbox, label, etc.)

You can download a trial version at

BTW, it also compiles to Windows CE if you do (or will) use Pocket PC.

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Please update/finalize this.
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