Building Powerful Platforms with Windows CE. With CD-ROM (Broché)

Aspi Havewala, James-Y Wilson

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Building Powerful Plaforms with Windows CE is a comprehensive, practical guide to the use of the Microsoft Windows CE Platform Builder. Drawing on the authors' extensive industry experience, this book provides proven methods and real-world advice for the complete system integration of Windows CE on various platforms. It also examines how to adapt Windows CE to support a platform's unique features. This book describes the Windows CE architecture in depth, explaining the rationale behind its design. It shows how to use the Platform Builder to quickly create a custom build of the Windows CE kernel and explores the complex and powerful Windows CE build process. Extensive information is provided on designing, implementing, and debugging Windows CE device drivers. A utility called the Driver Mapper is presented as an example device driver that doubles as a valuable tool for debugging device drivers on standard CE devices (e.g., H/PC, H/PC Pro, and Palm-sized PC devices). Other valuable features include the following: • A project leader and managers guide to the steps involved in completing a CE custom platform project • Creating and debugging a CE boot loader • Modifying the Platform Builder's OEM Adaptation Layer (OAL) sample source to work with a newly developed platform. • An introduction to writing CE display drivers. • Automated testing with the Windows CE Device Driver Test Toolkit (DDTK) • A simplified, automated build process for creating ROM images All source code used in the book is provided on the accompanying CD-ROM, including the Driver Mapper debugging utility and the C++ display driver classes used to extend the Microsoft Graphics Primitive Engine (GPE) class library If you want to get Windows CE running on your platform, you will find this hands-on guide an indispensable resource for accelerating your progress and saving you much frustration !
    • Windows CE architecture
    • Road map to managing a Windows CE project
    • Platform builder basics
    • The Windows CE boot loader
    • OAL development
    • Writing device drivers: introductory concepts
    • Writing device drivers: driver models
    • Writing device drivers: implementation practices
    • Debugging device drivers
    • The Windows CE build process
    • Building a sample Windows CE project
    • Device driver test kit
  • Date de parution : 16/05/2001
  • Editeur : Addison Wesley
  • ISBN : 0-201-61636-X
  • EAN : 9780201616361
  • Présentation : Broché
  • Nb. de pages : 595 pages
  • Poids : 0.945 Kg
  • Dimensions : 18,5 cm × 23,0 cm × 3,0 cm
James-Y Wilson is an independent software consultant for Quantum Computing, Inc. He specializes in the development of embedded systems software and Windows device drivers. He may be reached at . Aspi Havewala has spent more than ten years developing products for a variety of markets. He has developed device drivers and application software for all major Windows platforms. Aspi also writes extensively on technical topics for journals and online content providers. You can reach him at .

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