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SQL Anywhere and Microsoft .NET
This whitepaper provides an overview of SQL Anywhere support for the Microsoft .NET Framework.

SQL Anywhere Integration with Visual Studio 2010
This whitepaper outlines the integration features that are present for Visual Studio 2010 and contains short tutorials demonstrating how the integration features can be used to ease application development while working with a database.

SQL Anywhere Integration with Visual Studio 2008
This whitepaper outlines the Visual Studio 2008 integration features that are present in SQL Anywhere, and contains tutorials demonstrating how the integration features can be used to ease application development while working with a database.

SQL Anywhere .NET Support
How to write programs in any of the .NET supported languages, such as C# and Visual Basic .NET, and access data from SQL Anywhere databases.

The SQL Anywhere ASP.NET Providers
The SQL Anywhere ASP.NET providers replace the standard ASP.NET providers for SQL Server, and allow you to run your website on a SQL Anywhere database.

Installing SQL Anywhere on Windows Mobile
How to install SQL Anywhere on a Windows Mobile device.

Writing Synchronization Scripts in .NET
MobiLink supports the Visual Studio programming languages for writing synchronization scripts. To write MobiLink scripts in .NET, you can use any language that lets you create valid .NET assemblies.

Configuring Windows Mobile Databases
How to configure a SQL Anywhere database on Windows Mobile.

UltraLite and .NET
UltraLite.NET applications can be deployed to Windows Mobile and Windows.

Getting Started with SQL Anywhere and PHP
This whitepaper provides an introduction to using the PHP (PHP Hypertext Preprocessor) scripting language to query your SQL Anywhere database.
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