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Getting Started with .Net Gadgeteer

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Learn how to quickly build cool electronic gadgets with .NET Gadgeteer. With the easy-to-follow instructions in this guide, youll tackle five fascinating projects, using Microsofts rapid prototyping Gadgeteer platform. Theres no soldering involved—you simply plug in modules that make gadget-building quick and easy.

Ideal for beginners, this book shows you how to work with modules and other hardware in the popular Fez Spider Starter Kit, and teaches you how to program your gadgets with Visual Studio C# Express and the .NET Micro Framework 4.1 SDK. Youll soon learn a wide range of programming techniques along with the skills to design your own projects.

  • Get to know the software and hardware with a simple LED project
  • Download code from the companion site to build and test each project
  • Build a spy camera that automatically captures and saves images at regular intervals
  • Construct a simple animated game with the joystick module
  • Create a web server that sends messages you draw or write on the touchscreen module
  • Build a gadget that backs up digital images from an SD card to a USB flash drive
  • Learn about other .NET Gadgeteer modules for creating environmental sensors, an MP3 player, and a WiFi network

Synopsis:

Learn how to program with .NET Gadgeteer in just hours. This introduction shows you how to build cool electronic gadgets step-by-step with this rapid prototyping platform. Youll tackle five exciting projects using plug-in modules in the Fez Spider Starter Kit from GHI Electronics—no soldering required.

Ideal for novice programmers, this book shows you how to install the necessary software and then work with modules in the kit. Learn how to build a racing game, spy camera, web messenger, and more—and gain the confidence and skill you need to start designing your own gadgets.

About the Author

Dr. Simon Monk has a degree in Cybernetics and Computer Science and a PhD in Software Engineering. Simon spent several years as an academic before he returned to industry, co-founding the mobile software company Momote Ltd. He has been an active electronics hobbyist since his early teens. Simon is author of a number of hobby electronics books including '30 Arduino Projects for the Evil Genius', '15 Dangerously Mad Projects for the Evil Genius' and 'Arduino + Android Projects for the Evil Genius'.

Table of Contents

Preface; Introduction; What You Will Need; How to Use this Book; Conventions Used in This Book; Using Code Examples; Safari® Books Online; How to Contact Us; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1: Getting Started with .NET Gadgeteer; 1.1 What Is .NET Gadgeteer?; 1.2 The Fez Starter Kit; 1.3 Powering Up; 1.4 Installation; 1.5 Hello World; 1.6 Conclusion; Chapter 2: Spy Camera; 2.1 The Design; 2.2 The Camera Module; 2.3 WPFWindow; 2.4 The Final Program; 2.5 Touch Screen; 2.6 Writing to SD cards; 2.7 Testing; 2.8 Conclusion; Chapter 3: Snowflakes Game; 3.1 The Design; 3.2 Screen Layout; 3.3 Using the Joystick module; 3.4 Conclusion; Chapter 4: Web Messenger; 4.1 Web Servers; 4.2 A Gadgeteer Web Server; 4.3 Testing; 4.4 A Gadgeteer Sketch Pad; 4.5 Putting It All Together; 4.6 Testing; 4.7 Sharing with the World; 4.8 Conclusion; Chapter 5: Camera Backup Gadget; 5.1 The Design; 5.2 The USB Host Module; 5.3 The Program; 5.4 Copying Files; 5.5 Testing; 5.6 Breakpoints; 5.7 Conclusion; Chapter 6: What Next?; 6.1 Other Modules; 6.2 Physical Design Files; 6.3 Documentation; 6.4 Blogs and Web Resources; 6.5 Conclusion;

Product Details

ISBN:
9781449328238
Author:
Monk, Simon
Publisher:
O'Reilly Media
Subject:
Output Equipment
Subject:
Electricity-General Electronics
Subject:
.NET Gadgeteer;.NET Micro Framework;C#;Hardware;Visual Studio
Subject:
CourseSmart Subject Description
Edition Description:
Print PDF
Publication Date:
20120531
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
90
Dimensions:
8.5 x 5.5 in

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Learn how to program with .NET Gadgeteer in just hours. This introduction shows you how to build cool electronic gadgets step-by-step with this rapid prototyping platform. Youll tackle five exciting projects using plug-in modules in the Fez Spider Starter Kit from GHI Electronics—no soldering required.

Ideal for novice programmers, this book shows you how to install the necessary software and then work with modules in the kit. Learn how to build a racing game, spy camera, web messenger, and more—and gain the confidence and skill you need to start designing your own gadgets.

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