Annabooks Releases A New Book for Point of Service Applications
Develop Windows Runtime Applications that Interact with POS Devices.
Rancho Mirage, Calif., February 26, 2019 – Annabooks is pleased to announce a new Book titled Professional’s Guide to POS for Windows Runtime. This follow-on to the widely popular Professional’s Guide to POS for .NET covers developing Windows Runtime applications that interact with point-of-sale hardware.
“POS for .NET had been a popular topic for a long time,” says Sean D. Liming co-author and owner of Annabooks, LLC. “The new book has been structured as a follow-on to help developers transition to modern Windows applications that interact with POS devices.”
The book has 5 chapters covering the new POS Windows Runtime architecture, Device Enumeration, examples covering cover the six supported internal POS devices, interaction with unsupported devices using POS for .NET, and full mobile sale and inventory example.
There are over 17 code exercises that use Visual Studio 2019. The printed edition is priced at $34.99, and the sample code is available for download from the book page.
About Annabooks, LLC. (www.annabooks.com) – Annabooks has been in the book publishing business for over 20 years and is known as one of the leading publishers of books on developing with Intel Architecture and Windows Embedded\IoT.
For information on the book Professional's Guide to POS for Windows Runtime contact: Sean Liming
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