Development under Windows CE

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There is a need to create a simple GUI application for Windows CE.
It is available for the device SDK C/C++, or .NET (C#).
've never programmed with graphical skins.

Don't know where to start and what better to write. Familiar with C and C++, with C# just for You.
On Freelance.ru also asked, answers not received :(

Advise where to start, how to be, can anyone help for the guilders.
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Best to start with determine the requirements for your GUI-enabled product. It is no secret that handheld devices have limited resources, which particularly affects the choice of technology is here less the performance of the managed environment can be particularly noticeable. On the other hand, there are a large number of fairly large applications, even from the category of Enterprise that are written in managed environments, J2ME, C#. So there is two ways.
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If your app is simple enough, C# is the best choice — the difference between desktop and mobile versions there, both in ideology and in tools, so the result you will get a fast, and performance will be quite tolerable. C# is very easy to learn if you know C++.
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How to start: to install Studio supports development on Handheld-devices (so-called Compact Framework), device emulator, open a simple GUI sample, try to compile and deploy on the device. Then start here, for example:
— Compact Framework Developer Guide: msdn.microsoft.com/ru-ru/netframework/aa497273
— a good book for the developer .net CF: rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=914236
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If you have it .Net — only on it and fresh studios (2008).
At the time, raised the project for CE — easily went — knock, I will try to help.
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In addition, I can say that the function is simple. Library phones are.
You need to read a bar code (ready function), push in variable. Then read the second barcode and push the second variable. To record these two variables using a hyphen (for example) to a file and go to line.
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If there are specific questions — write, most likely will help. Worked with these memorama, and some other devices from the same region, but only in C#.
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A few months ago, faced with the development for Windows CE, also for embedded devices, I can recommend to build Qt and develop within it as it is very convenient and most importantly fast.
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