This is the next episode of Demo of the Day. Jerry Nixon (@jerrynixon), author of Template 10 (http://aka.ms/template10), Developer's Guide to Windows 10, XAML for Windows 10 and dozens of Microsoft Virtual Academy courses on Universal apps and XAML techniques, Skypes with Morten Nielsen, Microsoft Developer with deep GIS knowledge and enviable XAML skills. Morten is the author of the Windows State Triggers package in NuGet, on GitHub.
In today's demo call, Morten shows Jerry a very cool trick. Choosing home automation controls like lightbulbs can create a lot of angst because there are so many standards. But, what if with Windows 10 and a Raspberry Pi you could bridge Philips Hue lights and others to look like they are AllJoyn devices? What would that mean? One standard, all in C#, Visual Studio, and ready for Microsoft developers to write amazing automation scenarios.