newObjects ActiveX Pack1 - is a pack ice of components ActiveX. He allows management or access of files in binary mode and text. Recording is based on an access haphazardly in fluxes and binary files. It supports combined files OLE.This pack ice is necessary in languages: ASP, VB, C ++, Delphi, etc
pdbc (PDB Compiler) - a compiler than converts a source file into a Palm DataBase file (PDB file).
The language the pdbc compiler understands is designed to be easy to understand und write.
Yet it is powerful enough to give the freedom to describe the binary content of the database records in a variety of ways
ThemeGenCE - let you personalize appearance of pages Today and Start. They have for file extension «.TSK». These files are in fact CAB files for installation on Pocket PC, renamed in TSK. They respect the standards of files CAB defined by Microsoft. A file CAB (and thus TSK) includes in fact one or more files
MSCEInf -No clue as to what registry keys and files are installed on the Pocket PC by CAB files? Here's MSCEInf, a utility to find and analyse all the data contained in installation CAB files. The program automatically extracts the file "000" from CAB files or selected TSK and analyzes it. It can also analyze already extracted files "000"
KAWARA is an Intenet news (NNTP) viewer for Windows CE. It is off-line viewer, so you can download log at your home or your company, you can read it when you want to. If you use ActiveSync, you can sync log files between
Calendar Background Image Tool - application that can manage different backgrounds and DIA skins. It also contained the required information on how to create new backgrounds. Great! But going through all the manual steps to converting an image into a background was a bit of a hassle. So, I created this program instead
PRCExplorer - Using this tool you can open any PRC file and navigate into it. You can see individual resources, graphically display Forms and Alerts, Bitmaps, Fonts, ... This is useful to debug and develop your application as well as analyzing PRCs