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Bluetooth Low Energy on Windows 10 Creators Edition and a RPi3 issue.

Several months ago I published a UWP app on GitHub that interacted with a Texas Instruments CC2650STK  SensorTag using the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) API.  It was based upon a previous Microsoft sample UWP app for interacting with an earlier TI SensorTag. Whilst the new app ran well on the Windows 10  Desktop and Windows 10 Phone, it was found to be erratic on the Raspberry Pi3 running Windows 10 IoT-Core.. working well some times but errant other times. Windows 10 Creators Edition added a key feature to BLE, namely the ability to connect to a device that is advertising without being paired. This blog examines the erratic nature of the RPi3 with BLE and investigates whether this is solved with the Creators Edition. In so do a comparison is made between between BLE Paired and Unpaired connectivity in the UWP app development context..

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Windows 10 UWP Developer pre-provisioned VMs are available–Part 3: Apps

This is the final part of the trilogy. I have a brief look at UWP app development on the VM, running the Bash shell which provides a command shell for running Linux commands on the  and the Windows Bridge for IOS which facilities running Objective-C apps as UWP apps on the VM.

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Windows 10 UWP Developer pre-provisioned VMs are available–Part 2: Getting Started

This blog is covers what I did downloading, setting up and getting the OS running.

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Arduino Bluetooth Keypad Utilities: UWP and Arduino Keypad Library on Codeplex

A library on Codeplex. Been a long time coming: Arduino sketches and UWP class libraries and apps, focused upon scanning a phone keypad as input (Bluetooth serial) to a UWP app running on a phone, desktop or IoT-Core device.

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Win 10 IoT: AppX Installation Options–2

AppInstall can be used to install Appx packages on an IoT-Core device This blog covers an updated version of the toolkit for use on the latest Winsider IoT-Core builds.

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Win 10 IoT: AppX Installation Options–1 (Updated)

In the previous two blogs I discussed using the Web Portal running on a Windows 10 Phone to remotely or in-phone install and Universal Windows Platform app. In this blog I discuss options for install UWP app packages on Windows 10 IoT devices. This is a work in progress as I have not had success some of these methodologies.

  • Now includes Web Device Portal UWP app running locally on IOT-Core Device.
  • AppInstall issues have now been resolved.

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Windows 10 IoT-Core: Take Two (RPI3)

After an absence from significant IoT-Core activity, whilst working on a significant phone app (as blogged here) I’m back in the IoT-Core space. Things have changed for the better so here goes.  This blog covers my experiences with getting a RPI3 going with the latest Technical Preview build. Tools are now available to simplify setup and there is now a Remote Viewer.  As a test UWP app, I have used (after a small modification) the Icons app on Codeplex,  Universal Windows 10 SDK App Icons app as blogged in a previous blog. The app was modified because popups (as in MessageBox) are not supported in IoT-Core (Use thereof can cause an app crash in later OS versions). This feature change is covered.

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Yet another GEM: Universal Windows (10) App Settings – Solution

Universal Windows(10) Apps settings is easy. Its simple to specify as part of the build, save them to storage, get them back and modify .. I mean dead easy! Smile

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Yet another GEM: Universal Windows (10) App Settings – Solution

Universal Windows(10) Apps settings is easy. Its simple to specify as part of the build, save them to storage, get them back and modify .. I mean dead easy! Smile

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Another GEM: Microsoft SQL Server Credentials for a Remote Web Service

It was simple enough to get access to a Microsoft  SQL Server from a Web Service when all were running on the same machine. You use Windows Authentication. But when the services are both running locally, with the user running a Windows 10 Universal app that calls the web service, they won’t be logged in an so the web service needs credential for the SQL service.

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