.NET Micro Framework
Windows 8 to Electric IMP, "Well, hello there..."
Avg Rating: 0Today's Hardware Friday from Kevin D. Wolf, is a a different piece of hardware, one we've not highlighted before, the Electric IMP and how to build a Windows 8 app to talk to it... Talking to an Electric IMP with Windows 8Ok – your first question is “What the hell is an Electric IMP?” My lazy…
Every Gadgeteer's dream? A Gadgeteer Home Automation System
Avg Rating: 5(2)Today's Hardware Friday project by a friend of the blog, Marco Minerva, shows how he, and with his help, us, can build a cool home automation system with some of our favorite tools. Gadgeteer Home Automation SystemIn this post I want to describe how to create a Home Automation System that puts…
CET MicroWorkflow for Netduino
Avg Rating: 0Today's Hardware Friday post is one that that I thought pretty cool and not something I've seen before... Introducing MicroWorkflow for NetduinoMicroWorkflow – create your own automation on Netduino in a visual way. MicroWorkflow is a framework layer for creating simple automation on the top of a…
Windows 8 Store App controlling a NETMF Gadgeteer Robot
Avg Rating: 0For this week's Hardware Friday post I tried to find something that fit this week's Visual Studio Launch theme, but couldn't find anything that really fit. I DID find this post from the .Net Micro Framework team, On-going VS Express Support, which notes the VS 2012 support for the .Net Micro…
Shining a light on a Windows Phone .Net Gadgeteer Light Switch
Avg Rating: 0Since we didn't do a Mobile Monday post we'll do one that also includes a Hardware Friday project! Marco Minerva, has written up a cool project that combines a Windows Phone app with some .Net Gadgeteer hacking... Controlling a Light Switch using Windows PhoneIn this post, I’ll show how to control a…
Mini-Pacman on mini hardware...
Avg Rating: 0Today's hardware Friday post in this seemly game themed week is the work of Chris Taylor and Kenny Spade, one building on the work of the other and together providing us some .NET Micro Framework Gadgeteer Mini-Pacman Arcade console coolness... Playing with .NET Micro Framework and GadgeteerI am…
Chris gets us started with the Netduino
Avg Rating: 5(1)Our second Hardware Friday post is, oddly enough, related to our first post, .Net Micro Framework v4.2 now available for Netduino. Who better to tell us how to get started with Netduino and the .Net Micro Framework than the man behind it, Chris Walker? Getting Started with Netduino.Net Micro Framework v4.2 now available for Netduino
Avg Rating: 0We're going to do a two-fer today. Our first Hardware Friday post is a quick notice from Chris Walker about one of the blog's favorite frameworks, the .Net Micro Framework, on one of the blog's favorite hardware platforms, the Netduino... Announcing: .NET MF 4.2 upgrade for all Netduino hardwareI'm…Using the Adafruit Arduino Logger Shield on a Netduino
Avg Rating: 5(4)C9 Netduino Shield Series - Using Arduino Shields with a Netduino - Part II IntroductionIn our previous article, we examined what an Arduino shield is, how to build a simple custom shield and discussed how to quickly identify shields that are good candidates for a Netduino adaptation versus shields…mIP - 100% C# Managed TCP/IP Stack for the .NET Micro Framework
Avg Rating: 4(1)Today's Hardware Friday post isn't about a price of hardware (I know, imagine that!). Instead it's a project that gives you the tools to talk to, and add advanced networking features, your hardware projects via TCP/IP using C#. mIP - A C# Managed TCP/IP Stack for .NET Micro FrameworkmIP (short for…
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