Embedded Programming with the Microsoft® .NET Micro Framework

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Microsoft Press, Jun 4, 2010 - Computers - 288 pages

Get the information you need for programming applications in the rich, managed-code environment of the Microsoft .NET Micro Framework. You’ll learn how to extend your experience with the .NET Framework and Microsoft Visual C# through real-world examples, expert insights, and code samples—and efficiently build robust applications for the smallest devices.

Discover how to:

  • Use an object-oriented approach for programming embedded devices
  • Create input and output port objects
  • Develop detailed text and graphical displays that support complex user interactions
  • Add Windows SideShow functionality into your application
  • Implement functionality from existing applications to embedded applications
  • Bind physical hardware events to Windows Presentation Foundation elements
  • Establish embedded-network connections using TCP/IP
  • Use emulation techniques for rapid-prototyping, experimentation, testing, and debugging
  • Optimize performance of resource-constrained devices

PLUS—Get code samples in Visual C# on the Web

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About the author (2010)

Donald Thompson resides in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, and is a graduate of Rhode Island College.

Rob Miles has been teaching computer programming for more than 25 years. An expert on Visual C#(R) and a Microsoft(R) MVP for Device Application Development, Rob enjoys inspiring new and experienced programmers. As well as writing his own games, programs, and poetry, Rob has consulted on a wide range of commercial software projects.

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