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I am starting development on a project using ESRI for mapping to be run on a Windows handheld (not phone) running Windows 6.5. Can anyone confirm or not that 6.5 provides support for Apache Flex?
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Acording to the apache flex website, the SDK is only done for iOS and Android based mobile devices, no word about Windows Mobile.

The SDK readme says:

    Apache Flex is a large project with many pieces.  The framework is implemented
    in ActionScript and the compiler is implemented in Java.

    Currently supported platforms include:

        Microsoft Windows
        Mac OS X
        Apple iOS
        Google Android
        RIM BlackBerry
        Linux

so, no Windows Mobile support.
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Thanks for your response. We found a handheld running Win 6.5 that is implementing an ESRI solution, so we have a call in to ESRI to find out how it can be done. When we hear back and confirm that Flex isn't an option (per the documentation), I'll accept your answer as the solution.
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