New Sample Code posted


Our engineers have been busy coding in the backrooms to make more sample code available for you.  You can now find an updated Presentation Sample as well as a new Temperature Sample.


 


Here are the descriptions and links to each sample –


New Presentation Sample Code


http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=7C9ED6D8-C9DB-44C7-A3CE-4A30FF48B960&displaylang=en


The New Presentation sample is an enhanced version of the Presentation sample included with the .NET Micro Framework SDK. Its purpose is to illustrate how to use the .NET Micro Framework GUI framework. This sample has been enhanced with an animated “sliding menu” system and two new panel screens, one containing a scrolling text view and one illustrating free drawing on the display.


Temperature Sample Code


http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=65EF4117-31DD-4310-B50C-6BCCABAF6433&displaylang=en


The Temperature sample demonstrates the use of a custom emulator component with the .NET Micro Framework extensible emulator. The custom component simulates a temperature sensor, obtaining the current “temperature” from a control displayed in the emulator window. This sample contains two Visual Studio solution files: one for the custom emulator and component, the other for a thermostat application that runs in this emulator.

Comments (5)

  1. Tony Pitman just posted a great article about how to build a SPI temperature device to use with the Temperature

  2. Tony Pitman from Shatalmic is posting today as a guest contributor. He used the Emulator Temperature

  3. Tony Pitman from Shatalmic is posting today as a guest contributor. He used the Emulator Temperature

  4. Steve McAllister says:

    The links are no longer working

  5. Colin Miller says:

    Sorry about that – I'll see if they can be restored and if not we'll delete this post.