Creating Applications that Utilize GPS
The availability of low-cost, and sometimes integrated, GPS hardware for Windows Mobile devices makes it possible to develop applications that are aware of their current physical location. Applications can access GPS information using a standard interface, and use the results for mapping, location reporting or "geo-tagging" other items of data.
- Configuring Your Device to Use GPS
Making GPS hardware work with a Windows Mobile device.
- Using the GPS Intermediate Driver from Managed Code
Accessing the GPS hardware using Visual C# or Visual Basic .NET.
- Using the GPS Intermediate Driver from Native Code
Accessing the GPS hardware using Visual C++.
- Showing the GPS Settings Icon
Ensuring the GPS icon appears in the Settings window.
- Using the FakeGPS Utility
Using the GPS emulator.
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The Windows Mobile Developer Wiki, GPS page.
- GPS Intermediate Driver
The GPS abstraction layer.
- GPS Intermediate Driver Application Development
Writing code that uses GPS.
- Security, GPS and Resolution Awareness Tools
Tools to help during GPS development.
- Configuring the GPS Intermediate Driver
Information on using the driver.
- Virtual Earth - Windows Mobile Developer Blog
Popular application that uses GPS and Microsoft Virtual Earth server.