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The following content areas and developer guides are either new or substantially revised, in many cases to take advantage of new features in Windows Embedded Compact 2013 Update 5.
- What's New
Describes the new features in Windows Embedded Compact 2013, including features and enhancements introduced with Windows Embedded Compact 2013 Update 5.
- Getting Started
Whether you're new to Windows Embedded Compact or a veteran developer, or whether you build operating systems or end-user applications, this Windows Embedded Compact 2013 Getting Started guide is the best place to start with your development.
- Install Windows Embedded Compact 2013
Describes how to install Windows Embedded Compact 2013, taking into account new features introduced with Windows Embedded Compact 2013 Update 5.
- Application Development
Windows Embedded Compact 2013 provides APIs, applications, and services for building applications that run on a device. The developer guides contained in this section show you how to use some of the application development features.
- Build an Interactive XAML Application
Demonstrates how you can create interactive applications for Windows Embedded Compact using XAML events, behaviors, and triggers.
- Graphics and Performance in XAML for Windows Embedded
Helps you match your product hardware platform with your desired customer experience, and helps you maximize the performance of the user interface (UI) for your product.
- Touch and Gesture
Provides an overview of Windows Embedded Compact 2013 touch and gesture features, including touch driver architecture, gesture architecture, and how to program an application to recognize gestures.
- Web Server (HTTPD)
The web server in Windows Embedded Compact lets you monitor, configure, and remotely control a device or computer by using a Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) server. The web server provides this service for network printers, scanners, and other shared equipment. It includes Active Server Pages (ASP), which provides a server-side scripting environment that you can use to create and run dynamic, interactive web server applications.
The following content areas and topics have also been updated.