This is version 2.41.500 of the .NET Gadgeteer namespace. The .NET Gadgeteer core libraries contain classes used by .NET Gadgeteer modules and mainboards. Some classes, such as Socket and Socket..::..SocketInterfaces, are provided for manufacturers, but others, such as Color, Picture, StorageDevice, and Timer are useful in implementing .NET Gadgeteer devices.
This abstract class allows the Gadgeteer libraries to access the functionality provided by mainboards. Every Gadgeteer program uses a single mainboard accessed by Program.Mainboard.
Specifies the properties of a liquid crystal display (LCD) module.
Represents a picture encoded in a JPEG, GIF or BMP format.
Represents the main program for a Microsoft .NET Gadgeteer application.
A class representing a socket, which may be on a mainboard or on an expansion module such as an SPI multiplexer.
An exception raised when an invalid socket is specified, e.g. a socket incompatible with the functionality required.
An exception raised when there is a pin conflict.
An exception raised when a socket pin which is unspecified by the socket provider is used.
This exception is thrown when a socket which is already registered with GadgeteerCore is then modified.
This static class contains interfaces used by mainboards to provide functionalities on sockets to Gadgeteer. End users do not need to use this class directly and should normally use GTM.Modules to access functionality. Module developers do not need to use this class directly and should normally use GT.Socket and GT.Interfaces to access the required functionality.
Provides a timer to enable periodic status checks or actions, or a one-off stopwatch.
Represents colors that can be used in your Gadgeteer application.
An interface to a socket's analog input functionality.
Provides access to a socket's analog output functionality.
Provides access to a socket's pulse width modulation (PWM) functionality.
A delegate for serial peripheral interface (SPI) display support, which marshals an RGB byte array into a target byte array, e.g. encoded as 16-bit color.
A delegate used for storage device support. See GetStorageDeviceVolumeNames.
A delegate for theevent.
Delegate for mainboards to provide custom native/hardware I2C support.
Represents the delegate that is used for the Tick event.
Specifies the number of bits per LCD pixel and the format of those bits.
Represents the available interfaces for the programming mode.
Represents the encoding of a Picture object.
An enumeration of socket pins.
An enumeration of timer behaviours