Rapidly prototype and build your Windows IoT solutions on a variety of devices running Windows 10 IoT Core. Windows 10 gives you powerful tools that let you develop fast and deploy to your device.
Leverage the power of open frameworks like Connect-the-Dots to help connect your devices to Microsoft Azure. Microsoft Azure allows you to implement great solutions by leveraging advanced analytics services.
Connect with other makers to share code and make contributions through GitHub. Join the community to influence future releases of the SDK.
We’ll create a simple Blinky app controlled by another app’s WebServer and connect a LED to your Raspberry Pi 2/MinnowBoard Max.
In this project, we’ll explain how to read analog sensor data onto Raspberry Pi 2 that runs Windows 10 IoT Core. A sensor is connected to ADC, then the converted sensor data is passed to Rpi2 through SPI communication and displayed.
We’ll connect an I2C accelerometer to your Raspberry Pi 2/MinnowBoard Max and create a simple app to read data from it.
We'll explain how to leverage PowerShell to connect to a device running Windows 10 IoT Core and set up the Visual Studio Debugger monitor.
Install Visual Studio 2015 and other tools necessary to develop, debug, and deploy your Windows 10 IoT device.
Estimated time 60 min
Select your Windows IoT device, and then download, install, and configure Windows 10 IoT Core on it.
Estimated time 30-40 min
Explore the sample projects, watch tutorial and videos, learn more about universal Windows apps and then begin developing your own.
Estimated time 60-90 min
Find what you need to build, test, certify, and deploy drivers for Windows hardware on the Windows Hardware center.