Intro to Development and Deploying Applications to Windows IoT Core on Raspberry Pi 2

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The Raspberry Pi 2 is a low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. The Raspberry Pi 2 also supports running Windows 10 Core!

In this video we will go over deploying apps through Visual Studio and the web portal running on port 8080 of the Raspberry Pi2,  In addition, we will look at code examples using XAML User Interface code in both C# and C++.

 

Links:

Part 3 : Creating a Capacitive Touch Screen Clicker from (File => New) with Windows IoT Core on Raspberry Pi 2

http://windowsondevices.com

https://github.com/ms-iot/samples

 

Hardware:

Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Project Board - 1GB RAM - 900 MHz Quad-Core CPU

Transcend 32GB MicroSDHC Class10 UHS-1 Memory Card with Adapter 45 MB/s (TS32GUSDU1E)

Tontec® 7 Inch High Resolution 1024*600 TFT LCD Screen Display Monitor for Raspberry Pi 2B B B+ with HDMI VGA Input

Eleduino Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Quad Core Enclosure Case Black

Rii Mini Wireless Keyboard with Mouse Touchpad-Black

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IoT, Windows 10

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      User Domain

      The audio seems to stop at the 7:18 mark and doesn't come back.

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      Drillep

      Audio worked all the way through for me. I'd like to use Rasperry Pi and WinIoT to build a wheeled robot that will travel from one set of coordinates to another avoiding obstacles.

      Really cool to see the project running in both C# and C++ definitely like to see more of that, for my purposes I am particularly interested in the C# elements.

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      mobilepundi​ts

      Hello Paul,

      Thank you for the awesome post, Paul! It’s really a great idea for developing and deploying applications to windows IOT. Kudos for some of the nice search techniques.

      Regards, Aabharan!

      Waiting for your next written up!

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