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Application and Device Driver Components (Windows Embedded Standard 2009)

4/23/2012

Custom application and device driver components provide a convenient way to organize, customize, and install applications and device drivers on your run-time image. By creating a component, you can specify exactly which resources to install. Furthermore, you can include the component in the run-time image so that the application or device driver does not have to be installed on the target device.

How to Componentize an Application

Describes the end-to-end procedure for creating a custom component for an application.

How to Componentize a Device Driver

Describes the end-to-end procedure for creating a custom component for a device driver.

Determining Application Resource Usage

Describes how to identify the resources required by your application.

Determining Device Driver Resource Usage

Describes how to identify the resources required by your device driver.

Component Boundary Analysis

Describes how to determine what functionality to include in each component.

Component Help (Windows Embedded Standard)

Describes the information to include in the HTML documentation that accompanies a component.

Combining Components

Describes how to combine multiple components into one component, and when it is appropriate to do so.

Dividing Components

Describes how to divide a single component into two or more separate components, and the considerations to make when doing so.

Author Components and Customize Shells

Describes the componentization phase of the development process. During this phase you create components for your applications and device drivers, create custom shells, and customize existing shells.

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