My-Channels, a provider of unified enterprise, web and mobile middleware, has released Nirvana Middleware client API for .NET Compact Framework.
According to My-Channels, the Nirvana Compact Framework API provides .NET mobile developers with a service for real-time message delivery between Windows Mobile devices and enterprise, web and other mobile clients. It also enables developers to add messaging capabilities to existing .NET Compact Framework applications using the API.
The company said that the API supports .NET Compact Framework 3.5 development with Visual Studio 2008, and has been tested with commercial handheld devices running Windows Mobile 5 and 6. The .NET Nirvana API is processor-independent, and can run on any device supported by Compact Framework without the need for recompilation on a per-device basis.
Paul Weiss, Nirvana product manager at my-Channels, said: The Nirvana Compact Framework API is a great addition to the Windows Mobile developer’s toolset, providing the means to reliably publish and subscribe to events in real-time, consume or write to message queues and communicate with peer to peer services on arbitrary systems and devices.
“This API helps our customers distribute their data to an ever-growing range of mobile devices and platforms which includes Windows Mobile, Android, iPhone, BlackBerry and J2ME.