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Networking and Connectivity in the .NET Compact Framework

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The .NET Compact Framework provides the networking socket-level API and higher-level abstractions, such as HTTP, Domain Name System (DNS), and Web requests and responses. Connectivity is provided over Infrared Data Association (IrDA) and TCP/IP transports through sockets.

Network Programming in the .NET Compact Framework

Describes support for XML Web services, important facts about connecting to the network and to the Web by using the .NET Compact Framework.

Socket Programming

Lists considerations for programming sockets in the .NET Compact Framework.

Infrared Connections

Describes the classes that provide infrared support for devices.

How to: Make an Infrared File Transfer

Describes how to send and receive files between devices by using infrared communication.

How to: Send an HTTP Request with Proxy

Describes basic HTTP usage with the .NET Compact Framework.

How to: Use a Proxy Generated by Wsdl.exe

Describes considerations for using generated proxy code in .NET Compact Framework applications.

How to: Create a Socket Listener

Describes how to communicate over a socket-based connection.

How to: Use the WebBrowser Control in the .NET Compact Framework

Describes support for the WebBrowser control in the .NET Compact Framework.

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