What is the .NET Micro Framework?
.NET Micro Framework is an open source platform that enables you to write managed code C# applications using Visual Studio for resource constrained embedded devices. .NET Micro Framework is open sourced by Microsoft Open Technologies.
What is .NET Micro Framework used for?
Why .NET Micro Framework?
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Use best in-class development and debugging tools of Visual Studio to easily create micro intelligent devices.
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- LLILUM roadmap and latest additions October 4, 2015We just finished pushing several changes that enable multi-threaded applications to work on M3 and M4 Cortex processors, including FP support. We are now supporting System.Threading namespace, on par with NET MF, and also System.Threading.Tasks. We will...(read more)Lorenzo Tessiore
- LLILUM SDK is now available for Visual Studio 2015 August 4, 2015We published today the first cut of the Llilum SDK for Visual Studio 2015. The build and installation experience is still a bit cumbersome, but you can now build and debug Llium code entirely in Visual Studio 2015. We also started cleaning up the LLVM...(read more)Lorenzo Tessiore
- AOT Proof of Concept available for comments July 8, 2015We published this morning a Proof of Concept (POC) for applying Ahead of Time (AOT) compilation techniques to MSIL and target MCUs. We will grow this project side by side with .NET Micro Framework 4.4 and eventually integrate the .NET MF stack into the...(read more)Lorenzo Tessiore
- 4.4 Beta 2 is here! July 7, 2015We just released 4.4. Beta, please find it on our Github repo . With this release we provide major improvements in reliability for the lwIP TCP/IP stack as well as lots of bug fixes. Please check our backlog on the older Codeplex issues list , and if...(read more)Lorenzo Tessiore
- Changing of the Guard June 30, 2015It has been a busy eight months since I rejoined the team to see if I could contribute to getting some wind back in the NETMF sails. Since then we have started participating in conferences again (Build and Maker Faire among others), we have planned and...(read more)Colin Miller