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NetduIp (pronounced "nett-dew-ay-pee") is a fully pfledged Microsoft .NET port of the famous uIp TCP/IP protocol stack by Adam Dunkels of the Swedish Institute for Computer Science (SICS). The initial implementation of NetduIp will be that of IPv4 but an IPv6 version might ...
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.
NXT NetMF let you use the Lego MindstormNXT family of motors, sensors and third parties product (NXTMMX and NXShield from Mindsensors) with Micro Framework ready controlers like FEZ Domino, Panda, Netduino.
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.
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#
(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.
Glide is a graphical library for .NET Micro Framework (NETMF). Glide provides a more responsive experience then NETMF's built-in Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) with many additional features, from buttons and lists to keyboards and message boxes.
.NET Micro Framework enables .NET Developers to create compelling embedded applications for connected devices. The Bicycle Computer is a demonstration project that will contain a gesture based UI, multiple sensors, and Web Service connectivity. Companion articles on the blog.
MicroLinq aims to bring a subset of the power of Linq to the .NET Micro Framework. An emphasis is placed on efficiency and compactness. The project is written in C# and is split into multiple libraries to keep project footprints as small as possible.