Need advise on creating Windows Tablet application
I am new to this site.
I was a VB developer but long time back i moved into Microsoft Dynamics NAV
Still got some knowledge on SQL,VB Script, ADO etc.
I hate c#, can do only vb.net
I need to start learning win 8 tablet application
I need to develop a tablet application which can read and write into MS Navision SQL database
it should have option to store locally within tablet if it is offline (no wifi) and synch later on
Users can go into the field, do the survey whole day and in evening update the server
Which tool do I need, I heard VS 2012 & DEVExpress will be good
Can i develop on Win 7 OS, or i will need win 8
Re: Need advise on creating Windows Tablet application
I'd say your best bet would be to use the Visual Studio 2012 Express For Windows Phone. You could also consider using the VS 2013 RC or Preview. Unfortunately, you will need this on Windows 8, or 8.1 not on Windows 7
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