Topic: WirelessWriting wireless applications, how to make better use of wireless technology and making wireless secure.
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Secure Wireless Networking with IAS and RADIUS
Perhaps the best way to secure your wireless Windows network is to use RADIUS authentication. Chris Sanders walks you step by step through the RADIUS setup so you'll be able to lock down your network in no time.
Using the MultiView and Wizard Controls in ASP.NET 2.0
Need to collect data from Web pages? ASP.NET 2.0 makes it easy, with the use of MultiView and Wizard controls. Wei-Meng Lee, author of ASP.NET 2.0: A Developer's Notebook shows you how to take advantage of them.
Using the Windows Mobile 5.0 Emulators in Visual Studio 2005
Emulators are a must-have for anyone developing mobile applications. To get you started, Wei-Meng Lee shows you how to use the emulator tools that shipped with Windows Mobile 5.0 and Visual Studio 2005.
What's New in Windows Mobile 5.0?
Microsoft recently released the latest version of the Windows Mobile platform, Windows Mobile 5.0. What's cool and new? Wei-Meng Lee gives you the rundown of the best new features.
Using Extensions in Firefox
The Firefox browser has a lot going for it, and one of its best traits is its ability to use extensions that add to its features. Wei-Meng Lee, author of Windows XP Unwired, shows you how to find and install them, and clues you in to his favorites.
Understanding WinFX in Longhorn
Longhorn is still in pre-beta, but it's time to get ready for developing apps for it. Wei-Meng Lee, author of Windows XP Unwired, gives a rundown about the APIs that developers will use to write the next generation of Windows applications.
A First Look at Longhorn
Longhorn is still in pre-beta, but we've got the goods on it. Wei-Meng Lee, author of Windows XP Unwired, gives you a guided tour through the new-generation operating system's interface and features.
An Inside Look at XP SP2
The first real beta of SP2, Release Candidate 1, is finally out. Final release is only a few months away. Is it ready for prime time? And what's inside? Wei-Meng Lee gives you an inside look.
Sending SMS Messages Using Windows XP
Windows XP users need not envy Mac users anymore, Wei-Meng Lee, author of Windows XP Unwired, happily reports. The recent release of the free SMS Sender lets cell phone users send SMS messages from the comfort of their Windows XP computers.
Bluetooth File Transfer with Windows XP
One of the much-touted uses of Bluetooth is as a cable replacement solution. With its short range and limited bandwidth, Bluetooth is well suited to applications that need to transfer small amounts of data quickly and easily. Wei-Meng Lee, author of Windows XP Unwired, shows you how to set up an ad hoc, wireless network instantly without the need for a network infrastructure, letting you copy files from one Bluetooth-enabled Windows XP computer to another.
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