In the last post on “My” functionality I showed you how to get started adding the My Extensions to your project. In this post I have assembled a detailed tree of all the “My” functionality added in Mobile In The Hand 4.0.

  • My
    • Application
      • Culture
      • Info
        • AssemblyName
        • CompanyName
        • Copyright
        • Description
        • DirectoryPath
        • ProductName
        • Title
        • Trademark
        • Version
      • UICulture
    • Computer
      • Audio
        • Play()
        • PlaySystemSound()
        • Stop()
      • Clipboard
        • Clear()
        • GetData()
        • GetDataObject()
        • GetImage()
        • GetText()
        • SetData()
        • SetDataObject()
        • SetImage()
        • SetText()
      • Clock
        • GmtTime
        • LocalTime
        • TickCount
      • FileSystem
        • CombinePath()
        • CopyDirectory()
        • CopyFile()
        • CreateDirectory()
        • DeleteDirectory()
        • DeleteFile()
        • Drives
        • FileExists()
        • GetDirectories()
        • GetDirectoryInfo()
        • GetDriveInfo()
        • GetFileInfo()
        • GetFiles()
        • GetName()
        • GetParentPath()
        • GetTempFileName()
        • MoveDirectory()
        • MoveFile()
        • OpenTextFileReader()
        • OpenTextFileWriter()
        • ReadAllBytes()
        • ReadAllText()
        • RenameDirectory()
        • RenameFile()
        • SpecialDirectories
          • CurrentUserApplicationData
          • MyDocuments
          • ProgramFiles
          • Programs
          • Temp
        • WriteAllBytes()
        • WriteAllText()
      • Info
        • AvailablePhysicalMemory
        • AvailableVirtualMemory
        • InstalledUICulture
        • OSPlatform
        • OSVersion
        • TotalPhysicalMemory
        • TotalVirtualMemory
      • Keyboard
        • SendKeys()
      • Name
      • Ports
        • OpenSerialPort()
        • SerialPortNames
      • Registry
        • ClassesRoot
        • CurrentUser
        • GetValue()
        • LocalMachine
        • SetValue()
      • Screen
    • User
      • Name

A full online library of class documentation for all this and more is available. For more information about Mobile In The Hand see the product page.

About the Author Peter Freeman Foot

Microsoft Windows Development MVP