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Netduino Plus Woot-Off Detector. Utilizes the Netduino Plus to query woot.com for Woot-Offs. When a Woot-Off is detected, the Netduino will enable a pin that will be used to trigger a gate which will turn on a set of Woot lights.
Portable and small HTTP server written on C++, supported Windows/Linux. Has handlers/modules architecture - developed Python handler (WSGI), ASP.NET (Win32)/ISAPI extensions handler, FastCGI handler, BASIC authentication module. Supported chunked/gzip/deflate response encodings
file*HANDLER is a net-daemon style server coordinating some free media conversion pkgs with a pgSQL back end. Embedded AJAX scripts provide the UI for grid-type directory sharing/streaming of audio/video/flat-file display over any standard webserver.
NeonMika.Webserver is easy to set up and easy to extend. With minimal code you can achieve great results controlling and accessing your Netduino+. It is easy to run this on your .Net MF device, as long as it has an ethernet port. It's espacially created for the Netduino, bu...
Netduino data logger for race motorcycle based on Netduino + programmed using C# and .NetMF. Logger to record GPS, 3 axis accelerometers, 2 axis gyro, TPS, EGT, Lambda, engine and air box temps, rpm, etc. PC data analysis code using C#
This project is a simple collection of Netduino code samples that I'm using in my Netduino development. Samples are currently released under the Ms-PL license which is pretty darn liberal, so have at it! No warranty is expressed or implied! I don't claim this is good code, ...
The 'netduino Helpers' is a C# driver set for common hardware components and features convenient wrappers around complex .Net Micro Framework features such as: Analog joysticks, Real-time clock, 8*8 LED matrix, Shift register, runtime assembly & resource loader, bitmaps, etc.
(Yet Another Ambient Munny) Yaam uses an Arduino or Netduino to light a LED in a Munny to glow the same color as your Microsoft Lync status. The project uses C for the Arduino, .NET Micro Framework for the Netduino, and WPF (C#/XAML) for the Lync status daemon.