orb3000 · Sep 16, 2010 at 09:00 pm

Windows Mobile SenseTimeTracker

XDA member wesch00 presents this version of time tracking for Windows Mobile devices. Sense Time tracker fully integrates to Sense UI. Some of the features included on this application are: tasks, projects can be split into several tasks, categories, can be assigned to a task, time records, containing all infos about the work, i.e. name, type, number, begin time, end time and duration, among many others.
.NET Compact Framwork 3.5 must be on your device.

Originally posted by wesch00
Windows Mobile SenseTimeTracker

On CodePlex I have published my app for tracking working time.
It is based on the SenseUI SDK.

SenseTimeTracker

For furter feature development either this thread can be used or the discussions in CodePlex.

After getting some feedback according to installation problems, I figured out, that the deployed .cab file does not contain the SQL Server Compact 3.5.
This has to be installed manually until I do not provide a msi-setup.

Explanation on how to install the .NET Compact Framwork 3.5 and/or the SQL Server Compact 3.5 has been added on the CodePlex page.

You can find more information in the application thread.


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