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  • Blog Post: .NET Micro Framework : .NET Micro Framework Version 4.0 ships, Open Source, Community Development, and more.

    Woohoo! V4.0 is out with community code. This is a major step forward for the .NET Micro Framework! I’m hoping to dive into core details in this blog in the future. (I know I’ve been silent here for  a while, more like an eternity in the blogosphere. A lot of things have been going on in my life...
  • Blog Post: Building a WPF Emulator Part V

    In our last episode the super hero (ok it was just me) was creating a device emulator for a KIOSK system based on the .NET Micro Framework. So far we’ve seen the application code from the custom emulator side of things but haven’t looked at any of the XAML yet. So what is this XAML stuff anyway? XAML...
  • Blog Post: Updated interop article

    I've updated the interop article to correct a few typos and reformat to fit in this blog. (unfortunately when we re-worked the layout of the team blog site the article didn't quite fit right so I adjusted it a bit and am now hosting the full article on this blog where it fits ok)
  • Blog Post: Building a WPF Emulator Part II

    OK, this time we’ll get to some code. (and a new blog theme style that makes fitting code a lot easier!) In previous posts I’ve outlined the concepts involved with links to more detailed info on the general patterns etc… Now we’ll have a look at some actual code for a .NET Micro Framework device emulator...
  • Blog Post: Building a WPF Emulator – Part 1

    So, you want to know more about building an emulator with WPF? Well, so did I. Of course the first question to ask when encountering something new is why bother? (E.g. What’s it going to do for me that the stuff I already have isn’t going to do?) Well in the case of WPF, it’s going to do a LOT. More...
  • Blog Post: Building a .NET Micro Framework Emulator with WPF (Part 0)

    The .NET Micro Framework SDK comes with a customizable emulator that allows extensions to the emulated hardware as well as the complete look and feel of the emulation experience. The sample emulator from the SDK and the emulator project templates all use windows forms for the user interface. While Windows...
  • Blog Post: New article on using Interop posted

    I've just posted an article on using interop in .NET Micro Framework V3.0. Abstract The .NET Micro framework provides a rich level of support for embedded systems development from handling interrupts on GPIO pins to talking to hardware on an SPI or I 2 C bus. Unfortunately, sometimes, that’s not...
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