Introduction to Microsoft Windows CE

SKU: 2432
The goal of this course is to provide developers the solid foundation they need to develop high-quality embedded solutions using Microsoft Windows CE.
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$495.00
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    DEMO: This is a sample video of this course.

     
     

    Course Length: 06 Hours 05 Minutes 01 Seconds
    The paid version of this course contains videos of following topics: 

    This course is intended for system integrators and system administrators within OEM organizations who are responsible for building and configuring the Microsoft Windows CE .NET platform.

    At Course Completion
    After completing the course, students will be able to:

    Chapter 1: Introduction to Windows CE 3.0, Architecture

    Virtual Memory, Object Store

    Chapter 2: Configuring Windows CE

    Demo: Setup The CE Device

    Modifying a Platform

    Modifying Configuration files

    Understanding the Build Process

    Adding Component to the Platform Builder

    CECInfo Block

    Demo: CEC Editor

    Chapter 3: Preparing an Applictaion Development Environment

    Chapter 4: OEM Adaption Layer (OAL)

    Boot Loader

    OAL, Stages for Porting CE, Kernel

    OAL Overview, OEMInit, Power Management

    Chapter 5: Implementing Real-Time Systems

    Interrupt Handling

    Single ISR, SYSINTR, Multiple ISRs

    Interrupt Service Thread (IST), OEMInit, Threads

    Chapter 6: Debugging a Windows CE Image, Debug Zones

    Demo: Debug Zones

    Chapter 7: Understanding Device Derives

    Device Power Management

    Memory Management Functions

    Device Driver Interrupt Handling (ISR)

    Interrupt Service Thread (IST)

    Display Driver Architecture

    Chapter 8: Connecting Network-Enabled Windows CE Device

    Web Server Support in Windows CE

    Demo: Configure Web Srever for Windows CE

    Configure COM and DCOM in Windows CE

    MSMQ, SNMP

    Prerequisites
    Before attending this course, students must have:

    Some knowledge of Embedded platforms is helpful but not necessary