.NET Micro Framework SDK v4.3 (QFE2-RTM) (Think ".NETMF 4.3 RTM Release for VS 2013")
- Posted: Feb 06, 2015 at 6:00AM
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Colin Miller announced that the .NET Micro Framework SDK v4.3 has RTW'd. This has been in beta for a while, highlighted here in Oct 2014, Visual Studio 2013, VS "14" .NET Micro Framework Support is here! but now is finally, officially RTM
The changes to NETMF 4.3 to make it work with VS 2013 have been released from its beta state and is available on Codeplex. This will give us room in the next few weeks to start a new beta with more cool things coming. Stay tuned.
The .NET Micro Framework SDK v4.3 (QFE2) contains the base class assemblies, build system extensions and related support for building applications targeting the .NET Micro Framework. In order to debug and deploy applications, to real hardware or the emulator, you will also need the Visual Studio VSIX package for your specific version of Visual Studio. You can obtain the VSIX package from the Visual studio gallery (Search for "netmf") to find the relevant project system support package. You may also need an SDK from the vendor of the hardware platform you are targetting. This might be made available on the gallery or possibly the vendors website, see the documentation that came with your hardware for details.
This is the official RTM build of the .NET Micro Framework SDK v4.3 (QFE2). This package contains the Visual Studio integration support to build, deploy and debug .NET Micro Framework applications targeting either a real device or the emulator provided with the .NET Framework SDK. To use this package you must also install the .NET Framework SDK v4.3 (QFE2) available in the Visual Studio gallery (search for keyword "netmf") or directly from the .NET Micro framework codeplex site at http://netmf.codeples.com. You may also need a vendor provided SDK for the particular hardware device you are targeting. Check with the documentation that came with your device for more information.