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Those who follow my blog know that last month, my library uPLibrary dedicated to. NET Micro Framework has been extended with a client for the ThingSpeak platform for the Internet of Things. Today I was surprised to see my project referenced in the tutorials that just ThingSpeak offers on the site to push the use of its system of IoT!
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One of the main new features of version 4.2 of the. NET Micro Framework is the support for the analog inputs with the introduction of class AnalogInput (namespace Microsoft.SPOT.Hardware). Until this version, each producer board that carried out the porting of the framework on it, introduced in its SDK a custom class for the management of these inputs. In particular, also the SecretLabs, producer of Netduino, provides the class AnalogInput (in the namespace SecretLabs.NETMF.Hardware) with version 4.1 and that presents some difference than is currently introduced into the new version. Thanks to this innovation, the developer can work with the same class of more different board without having to adapt from time to time to the specific implementation by the manufacturer thereof.
A few days ago was released the beta version of. NET Micro Framework 4.3 which will bring with him the following main changes:
For more information, this is the link to the official page on Codeplex.
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