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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Internet Of Things (IoT) Development Using Windows 10 And Raspberry Pi

IoT Development with Windows 10 and Raspberry Pi – Hello World!

Stan Tarnovskiy | January 11, 2016

[Blogger's note: Fourth post in a series. The other three are at: (Part 1); (Part 2); and (Part 3)]
So, you set up your development environment, assembled, connected and set up Raspberry Pi 2. Now you can create your first IoT application.

First, head to Visual Studio 2015 and create a project from “Blank App (Universal Windows)” (which is found under Window -> Universal). This selection would generate an application with UI (“headed” in Windows IoT terms) so make sure that your IoT board is plugged into display, keyboard and mouse (I plugged mine to 60″ TV!)...

Windows 10 IoT Editions

<more at; related links: (Windows 10 for the Internet of Your Things. The Internet of Things (IoT) starts with the things that matter most. Windows 10 is the right platform to build connected and intelligent devices with enterprise-grade security, manageability and native device interoperability that enable the Internet of Things.) and (A good effort, if a bit odd: Windows 10 IoT Core on Raspberry Pi 2
The question is, does the Pi really need Windows? May 21, 2015)>

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