Original post at José Simões personal blog here.
nanoFramework has been recently discovered by the technology enthusiast GoJimmyPi who has been actively using it on one of it's projects. He recently wrote a blog post describing it's experience and how it's been using it on a Radiona ULX3S development board. Check it out and join our Discord community for discussion.
Today is a great day: we’ve just published stable releases for all nanoFramework class libraries and firmware images. A lot has changed since the last stable release! Along with many new features, this release brings along a proven history of stability that many of our community have been providing feedback through our preview releases, so … Continue reading Stable releases published
Until now nanoFramework has been using MyGet as its NuGet feed provider to host preview and test packages. MyGet is a decent provider but only offers 100MB storage on their free trier. Actually they offer 2GB to OSS projects (which is great) and for which we’ve applied, but it turns out that setting up the … Continue reading New preview feeds for nanoFramework!
The first commercial products with the “nanoFramework inside” label (a shameless copy of the old Intel® logo) are out in the wild! Literally.They were built to perform in a demanding industry and deployment scenarios: oil fields! These devices have been developed and built by OrgPal, a leading remote-monitoring manufacturer and solution provider for the oil … Continue reading Oil tank telemetry with nanoFramework
Today we have an important announcement to make: nanoFramework is now accepting donations! In the spirit of the openness and transparency that we have been following since day one, an Open Collective has been setup in order to manage these affairs. Why do we need donations you may ask… Well, let us take a moment … Continue reading nanoFramework Open Collective is here!
Industry expert Mark Harris just published an article on its Altium blog about "High Level Programming Languages for Embedded Projects". The article includes a thorough analysis on the topic on which .NET nanoFramework plays a key role as an excellent framework for embedded projects. Follows a copy of the original article published in June 2019, … Continue reading High Level Programming Languages for Embedded Projects
(updated on 2019-08-21) If you are one of those developers that like to have access to the shiny and newer versions of the components you use, this post is for you. It also applies if you are testing a PR for one of the class libraries or one of the experimental develop branches. A bit … Continue reading Setup Visual Studio to access preview versions feed
Here’s a quick overview on one of the key aspects of any software project: the build. nanoFramework is no different and we all know how critical this is, so we’ve put a lot of attention and care on this matter. The goal was to make it highly configurable (because there are a lot of features … Continue reading Build, build, build…
You're probably thinking: "what the heck is nanoFramework?" Our vision for it is to be a platform that enables the writing of managed code applications for constrained embedded devices. Developers can harness a familiar IDE such as Visual Studio and their .NET (C#) knowledge to quickly write applications without having to worry about the low level hardware intricacies of a … Continue reading I’m Framework, nanoFramework