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Windows 10 IoT Core on Netduino Plus 2

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#1 Dmitry Mikhaylov

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Posted 10 September 2015 - 11:17 AM



Looks like there are some new cool stuff released with Windows 10 for IoT world. And some of the thing is something called "Windows 10 IoT Core".




Have anybody tried this thing out with Netduino?


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Posted 10 September 2015 - 12:28 PM

Windows 10 IoT is an operating system, where .Net-based applications may run on. This has nothing to do with NetMF, on which Netduino is based on. NetMF is a reduced .Net framework while on W10 IoT the full .Net framework is available,


Windows Remote Arduino gives only a possibility to control the Arduino I/O from a Windows application.


So you cannot use W10 IoT on Netduino. Install W10 IoT on a Raspberry and you have a more powerfull MC then Netduino, but both solutions are not comparable, also Netduino has some advantages. In W10 IoT the applications are embedded in the W10 OS, in Netduino the NetMF is the OS, Apps are started emmediatly.

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Posted 12 September 2015 - 11:05 PM

What he said.


Basically with that one, you've got the full thing there, without the annoying GUI. With the Netduino you're basically running a stripped down functionality of the dotNet environment.


You could conceivably load it onto a Raspi 2 device, and then use the little guy to manage your Netduino via its Ethernet connection.


But your better off working in the room next door where the N3s live, and there it would be Wireless.


And Wernfried I'm just adding to what you've described there.

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