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  • Blog Post: .NET Micro Framework v3.0 Service pack 1 contents

    The .NET Micro Framework team released the service pack 1 of the v3.0 release on 4/22/2009. The service pack follows the 3.0 release of October 2008 by six months and delivers a set of bug fixes in the porting kit of the .NET Micro Framework, both at the CLR level and at the level of the device drivers...
  • Blog Post: Getting started with DPWS in the .NET Micro Framework

    The .NET Micro Framework v3.0 includes a full-featured DPWS stack and a code generation tool, MFSvcUtil.exe, that generates Hosted Service Stubs and Client Proxies from a standard WSDL. The DPWS stack on the Micro Framework has been developed exclusively for the Micro Framework, and will not run on...
  • Blog Post: Getting Started with the Porting Kit

    So, you are now ready to take the plunge and start building the device you’ve always had in mind. Grab our Porting Kit for less than $600, a set of tools from ARM, Keil, or GCC and get cracking. Adding to a real-time OS is easy through Interop now included in V3.0 or you can design straight to the metal...
  • Blog Post: In these harder economic times, why is .NET Micro Framework more relevant than ever?

    A recently published Forrestor report identifies efficiency and cost reduction as the two key strategies that companies are leveraging to weather the current economic storm. All businesses, even those that are doing well, are looking at ways to manage their costs in the face of ongoing economic uncertainty...
  • Blog Post: Using Interop in .NET Micro Framework V3.0

    This article has moved! the new location is http://blogs.msdn.com/smaillet/pages/using-interop-in-the-net-micro-framework-v3-0.aspx
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