ASP.NET and .NET Microframework HTTP web server together (part 2/2)

In my previous post, I’ve explained how create a HTTP web server on a .NET Microframework Netduino board with no OS like Windows or Linux. And how to consume a kind of web service from this device from an ASP.NET application. The idea was to get setup data from the Netduino. Those data are a…


ASP.NET and .NET Microframework HTTP web server together (part 1/2)

I will show in this post how to call a web page from a .NET Microframework board which has implemented a HTTP Web Server and get results from it. The idea is to do a mix of previous posts. You are more and more to follow this blog so you may now be familiar with…


Creating dynamically a web page using .NET Micro framework

In a previous post, I’ve explain how to read a file using .NET Microframework, how to create a setup file and load it (and write it also), how to implement a web server using HTTP and managing dynamically web pages and parameters. This post will explain how to generate dynamically a page using files and…


Dynamically watermark a picture in a ASP.NET page

In a previous post, I’ve explain how to use generic ASP.NET handlers to display a picture. The concept is easy to use and perfect to manipulate any kind of document you want to output in your web server. There equivalent of this in technologies like PHP or Java but it’s so easy to do using…


Writing a generic ASP.NET handler to return an image and control the image

In one of my project, I want to integrate the picture from an IP camera to a web site. The idea is to be able to put a IP camera in my Lego room and see it for real. Especially to be able to control it. this project is linked to the one to light…


Read a setup file in .NET Microframework

In my previous post, I’ve explain how to read the content of a file in .NET Microframework. The idea now is to read a setup file. I want to store the position of the lamp icon I’d like to display on my Lego city map. More information on what I want to do in this…


Reading file in .NET Microframework

For the one reading my articles, you know I’m developing in .NET Microframework an application to be able to switch on and off led in my Lego City. In the past post, I’ve explain how to setup a web server with HTTP, generate dynamic pages, handle parameters. And in the last one I show how…


Display overlay images in HTML and javascript with .NET Microframework

In my current project of lighting my Lego city, I’m working on a simple web interface that will allow thru a HTTP web page to display an image and small lamp icons on overlay. In my previous project on automate my sprinklers, I’ve implemented a HTTP web server in my netduino. It’s working like any…


Lighting my Lego city using .NET Microframework

Now I have created a software to pilot sprinklers, I want to be able to pilot my Lego city and light it. I know my sprinkler project is not over as I still need to work on the hardware. I will do it over the winter and try to find someone to help me. This…


Creating and launching timer in .NET Microframework

In previous posts, I had the occasion to show how to implement a web server using HTTP and handling web request (in my example GET requests) with parameters URL like in a real Windows or Linux server running Internet Information Server (IIS) or Apache with a generated HTML page like for ASP.NET, PHP or Java….