ASP.NET Mobile Controls Device Updates
(April 29, 2005)
The ASP.NET mobile controls, formerly known as the Microsoft Mobile Internet Toolkit (MMIT), extend the power of the Microsoft .NET Framework and Visual Studio .NET to build mobile Web applications by enabling ASP.NET to deliver markup to a wide variety of mobile devices.
Check out this list of device updates.
Network Efficient ASP.NET and Mobile Controls - Part 1
(November 11, 2002)
This article was originally published on ASPToday.
.NET has brought with it enhanced server-centric application management. While this is certainly good from the programming standpoint, it brings some disadvantages with it.
We will try to identify these, debate whether they are essential for every application’s circumstances, and try to optimize ASP.NET controls for network transmission efficiency. We will be focusing on Web Server and Mobile controls, using the Calendar control as an example, and supplying more byte-friendly versions of the same functionality. An attempt to create rules-of-thumb for applying the same state separation principles to other controls will also be made.