Today we celebrate the 5th anniversary of .NET nanoFramework. This is more like an ongoing celebration because the initial work on the project started in August 2016 and our stable version 1.0 was published 3 years ago on this day. As part of the celebrations, we are announcing a new logo for the project. It’s meant to be … Continue reading Five years and counting!
As we have announced, work is underway to align .NET nanoFramework and .NET Core IoT APIs. A bonus coming out of this effort was to be able to use the huge number of “bindings” that exist in the .NET Core IoT repository. During last week, an enthusiastic and relentless team made that happen and, at … Continue reading .NET IoT “bindings” available
Today, I am extremely excite to announce that we have just released the initial version of our Unit Test framework! Yes, Unit Test, like in… Unit Tests! Because it is powered by Visual Studio Test Platform, you’ll find the attributes that you’re used to decorate your test classes. Neat! I believe you will find this … Continue reading Unit Test Framework? Yes, we have that too.
New features and bug fixes are bread and butter in the software industry and embedded systems are no exception. These are made available in releases, which all need to be published and deployed. Quite often, the last step is the most challenging of all given that the capabilities and available resources of the device subjected … Continue reading In-field update [WIP]
We have some great news to share: .NET nanoFramework has reached an important milestone by joining the .NET Foundation! This is kind of a “return home” for the project. Despite being, undoubtedly, connected to .NET because of its roots, the programming language, and the tools it uses, it was not exactly part of the family. … Continue reading .NET nanoFramework has joined the .NET Foundation!
As some of you may have noticed: we have changed the licensing terms of some of our repositories. Until yesterday, there were two licenses across our repos: Apache 2.0 and MIT. The oldest ones were under Apache 2.0 and newest ones under MIT. Being both the “permissive ones” and, in practice, without much difference between … Continue reading Changing licensing to MIT