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Description This session will give you the opportunity to learn the basics of building mobile web applications with ASP.NET Mobile Controls. See how the control model and drag and drop designer make it easy to target nearly 200 devices (cell phones, PDAs and pagers) from a single mobile web form. Find out what the adaptive rendering and rich customization and extensibility models can do for your mobile web applications.

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