Windows Mobile Features (Native)
Many features included with a Windows® phone can be tailored according to their specific requirements and user needs. This section provides the necessary information to extend, interact with, and configure many of the components, technologies, and services provided by Windows phones.
In This Section
- Applications and Services
Covers ActiveSync, POOM, and other services for application developers.
Using the Audio stack.
- Browser Applications
Information on supported web browsers.
- Component Services (COM and DCOM)
Support for COM and DCOM.
- Core OS Services
- Encoded Media
Digital Rights Management and DirectShow reference.
- File Systems and Storage Management
Information on supported file storage systems.
Using different typefaces.
Covers Direct3D and DirectDraw.
Creating international applications.
- Internet Client Services
Support for browser applications, and support for scripting languages.
- Internet Explorer Support Components
Programming elements available to Internet Explorer applications.
Provides information about the Kernel.
- Networking - Core
Core networking technologies, such as TCP/IP.
- Networking - Remote
Wide Area Network technologies.
- Networking - Wireless
- Phone Features
Information on the Phone API set.
- Power Management
Topics covering all aspects of monitoring and making the most of power resources on mobile devices.
- Security for Windows Mobile Devices
Essential information on security models and authentication.
Information on Server Components.
- Shell, GWES, and User Interface
Comprehensive information regarding the Windows Mobile user interface and controls.
- Voice over IP Phone Services
Support for VoIP technologies.
Support for reading and writing XML files.
- Windows Mobile Features (Managed)
Reference documentation for developing in Managed Code.