Good stuff. Short is better. Excellent! Thank you!
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Nice post. Just a quick note: Netduino Plus 1 and Plus 2 are supported by VS 2013 Pro, Ultimate. Not sure about Gadgeteer, which you used (and I really like it), but suggest your readers check to see if it is supported. If not, nothing wrong with VS 2012. :)
Nimble Fingers, the C++/CX is an extension of the C++/11 ISO/IEC 14882:2011(E) specification. Visual Studio 2013 does compile nearly "pure" C++/11 if you set your compilation settings correctly, it doesn't out of the box.
I appreciate your desire for "pure" but the 11 years of no advancement meant that there was a bleed off of people who cared about C++. With the release of 11 and another hopefully in 2014 this will change.
But I think that if you want to compile code that works on gcc then Visual Studio is the better choice.
Are you going to the same for Windows 8 and the Kinect? Or XAML and WPF? Hope so, you are awesome!
If you receive an error using the NuGet PM command:
And receive an error similar to: GAC does not include Microsoft.IdentityModel
This may have been caused by not using the full download of the Azure Toolkit from:
@Algorithum: Make sure to have the latest video drivers from your computer manufacturer. For example I have a Lenvov W500 and when I rebuild the image if I run it on the Windows 7 drivers it will show that error message. Then when I run the driver upgrade at Lenovo the problem goes away.
This doesn't work for all computers running Windows 7 or Windows Vista, but does in a large minority of times. Do this even it your computer is brand new since the software is often loaded at the factory and it takes several months before the computer hits the market. Drivers are updated frequently, and the drivers are maintained by the manufacturers.