Embedded Programming with the Microsoft® .NET Micro Framework by P-Microsoft

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Get the essential reference to programming with the Microsoft .NET Micro Framework. With insights from the product team, this guide delivers practical examples and code samples to help you develop applications for the next generation of devices. Get the information you need for programming applications in the rich, managed-code environment of the Microsoft .NET Micro Framework. You'll learn how to extend your experience with the .NET Framework and Microsoft Visual C# through real-world examples, expert insights, and code samples—and efficiently build robust applications for the smallest devices.Discover how to:Use an object-oriented approach for programming embedded devicesCreate input and output port objectsDevelop detailed text and graphical displays that support complex user interactionsAdd Windows SideShow functionality into your applicationImplement functionality from existing applications to embedded applicationsBind physical hardware events to Windows Presentation Foundation elements Establish embedded-network connections using TCP/IPUse emulation techniques for rapid-prototyping, experimentation, testing, and debuggingOptimize performance of resource-constrained devicesPLUS—Get code samples in Visual C# on the Web

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									Embedded Programming with the Microsoft® .NET
Micro Framework
Author: Donald Thompson
Author: Rob Miles
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Get the essential reference to programming with the Microsoft .NET Micro Framework. With insights from
the product team, this guide delivers practical examples and code samples to help you develop
applications for the next generation of devices. Get the information you need for programming applications
in the rich, managed-code environment of the Microsoft .NET Micro Framework. You'll learn how to
extend your experience with the .NET Framework and Microsoft Visual C# through real-world examples,
expert insights, and code samples—and efficiently build robust applications for the smallest
devices.Discover how to:Use an object-oriented approach for programming embedded devicesCreate input
and output port objectsDevelop detailed text and graphical displays that support complex user
interactionsAdd Windows SideShow functionality into your applicationImplement functionality from
existing applications to embedded applicationsBind physical hardware events to Windows Presentation
Foundation elements Establish embedded-network connections using TCP/IPUse emulation techniques
for rapid-prototyping, experimentation, testing, and debuggingOptimize performance of resource-
constrained devicesPLUS—Get code samples in Visual C# on the Web

								
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