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Member Since 11 Apr 2011
Offline Last Active Jan 13 2012 04:30 PM

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In Topic: via USB? yu know like on the good ol Arduino.

31 August 2011 - 05:52 PM

I built this little board to add Serial to USB communications to the Netduino: https://www.loveelec...--barebone-ftdi Its use is explained in this netduino tutorial: It shows how to use the Serial device to output to a WCF application.

In Topic: Need help compiling C++ on Netduino

19 August 2011 - 06:53 PM

Excellent, thanks for the link. I should find what I need there.

BTW the reason I need this is because I'm working on a project that will allow you to take a full .Net exe (not .Net MF) and recompile it to C++. Then you can use a C++ compiler as a post-build step to convert it to a native executable. This project is moving along very well and I'm getting close to the point where I need to start testing this on a microcontroller.

This project will allow you to create C++ code from your .Net app that is very compact since it doesn't need the .Net runtime at all as it has its own CLR-like kernel. It does a static code analysis pass in order to only include the code that actually gets executed. It is fast since it is not interpreted but C++ (with added support for GC, full type checking, exception handling, delegates, threading etc). It will also allow P/Invoke just like you can right now with the full .Net, using the exact same P/Invoke syntax.

Once this project is at a good point, I will make it available on CodePlex. I will also post a thread here to describe the project in detail. It is a big project but as I said I have made very good progress.

I would be interested in contributing to this project... please contact me at

In Topic: XBee/Zigbee wireless, where to start?

11 August 2011 - 04:30 PM

I have a tutorial on how to configure Series 2 XBees here: https://www.loveelec...t-up-your-xbees

In Topic: Where buy netduino in Italy

22 July 2011 - 01:16 PM

why you did not answer before?! I bought it in Germany and will arrive in a few days, I also spent more money for shipping :(

Sorry! I was waiting on the shipment to come from the Netduino guys! I'm sure your package will arrive soon and you'll be very pleased!

In Topic: Accelerometers and how to use them.

22 July 2011 - 09:18 AM

Brilliant - Thanks Jonny!

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