Welcome Silabs Giant Gecko!

We are expanding (again) the list of hardware platforms on which .NET nanoFramework can run. We are also excited to announce a new supported RTOS. Ladies and gentlemen please welcome Silicon Labs Giant Gecko S1, running .NET nanoFramework on top of Azure RTOS ThreadX. This announcement is even more important to the project, because all … Continue reading Welcome Silabs Giant Gecko!

PalThree board becomes Azure Certified Device

Today we're very proud to announce that the very 1st device running .NET nanoFramework has achieve the status of Azure Certified Device and is also certified for IoT Plug and Play! That’s the PalThree board from Orgpal. PalThree features an STM32F7, with external RAM and flash storage and packs a lot of features in a … Continue reading PalThree board becomes Azure Certified Device

Build updated to CMake Presets

Keeping a great build system for .NET nanoFramework firmware is something that is at the top of our concerns since the project foundation. One of the reasons for this is that it decreases the friction for anyone that wants to build it locally. Doesn’t matter the reason. It could be because they want to experiment … Continue reading Build updated to CMake Presets

Network Helper to the rescue!

Network connectivity has been given a high priority since the early days of nanoFramework. Despite of that, there is one aspect that we’ve acknowledged as needing improvements: managing network connectivity. Sometime last year, a first step was made to fix that with the release of the NetworkHelper library. For the first time ever, it was … Continue reading Network Helper to the rescue!

Improved support for ESP32

Today I’m proud to announce something that was due for quite some time: ESP32 firmware for .NET nanoFramework is now building from ESP-IDF 4.3.1. Yes, that’s the latest and greatest from Espressif! A bit of history here: support for ESP32 devices was added quite sometime ago by Adrian Soundy. At that time ESP-IDF was on … Continue reading Improved support for ESP32

Network improvements

Network connections are a key feature for use case scenarios that require… connectivity. Nothing too surprising so far, right? Because of this, being able to easily handle network connection and configurations is something that developers working on such projects value a lot. Today we would like to present some improvements that have just been added … Continue reading Network improvements