Mon, June 18, 2007, 03:31 AM under MobileAndEmbedded
In my July MSDN magazine article
, I have collected in a single place my tips for writing cross-platform managed code, in this case meaning code that targets both the Windows desktop and Windows Mobile. Even though the article was written with the .NET Compact Framework and the full .NET Framework in mind, most of the techniques apply in other scenarios as well.
Consider how many frameworks/CLRs we have today: .NET Compact Framework, full .NET Framework (aka desktop framework), .NET Micro Framework, Silverlight CLR, MONO (framework for non-Windows platform) etc. To that list you should add scenarios where you wish to target two different versions of the same framework type e.g. both v1.0 and v2.0 of the NETCF/Full Fx. Even though it looks the same, the framework/CLR between versions is effectively a different framework so again some of the principles in the article apply. Read the article here