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Richard Jones
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      11-19-2003
It sounds to me that the next version of Visual Studio.NET codename
Whidby, extends standard ASP.NET to provide mobile access.

Does anyone know if their's a wizzard that will convert a Mobile
Internet Toolkit type application over to the new Whidby standard?
 
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Teemu Keiski
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      11-26-2003
No knowledge about any convert tool/wizard, though I would see it possible
that they'll make such.

Old mobile (and normal ASP.NET apps) are supposed to be 100% backwards
compatible in Whidbey, that's ASP.NET team's aim. And yes, new ASP.NET
controls in v2 are mobile-compatible, means that there isn't separate set of
controls for different app types.
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> It sounds to me that the next version of Visual Studio.NET codename
> Whidby, extends standard ASP.NET to provide mobile access.
>
> Does anyone know if their's a wizzard that will convert a Mobile
> Internet Toolkit type application over to the new Whidby standard?



 
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Zeeshan Mahmood
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      11-30-2003
Microsoft implements various things in Visual Studio.NET
Whidbey like security issues, data controls and also
mobile controls. May be Microsoft provide this type of
tool/wizard in Visual Studio.NET Whidbey.

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Zeeshan Mahmood. (Administrator Of Visual ASP Kit)

>-----Original Message-----
>It sounds to me that the next version of Visual

Studio.NET codename
>Whidby, extends standard ASP.NET to provide mobile

access.
>
>Does anyone know if their's a wizzard that will convert a

Mobile
>Internet Toolkit type application over to the new Whidby

standard?
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