In the previous video we discussed, how to onboard an AllJoyn device using Visual Studio, C# and Windows 10 AllJoyn features (How to onboard AllJoyn devices in C#: LIFX Color 1000 Example).
Today, I am going to show, how we can start working with an “onboarded” AllJoyn device.
Finally, I have finished my series about VS Code. At the end I published couple videos about the most popular extensions (a short introduction, PowerShell, Google Chrome and Python extensions).
.NET Core RC 2, ASP.NET Core RC 2 and even .NET Core SDK are available for download. I have tested if it work with Visual Studio Code and… It works great!!!
You should not use any dnx/think about available runtimes and select between mono and coreclr/understand what is dotnet package manager and so on. You can simply install .NET Core and start creating your ASP.NET applications.
My updated video about VS Code and ASP.NET is here:
And couple new videos in the series (about Express and Cordova tools):
I already published some articles about AllJoyn, ZigBee/Z-Wave bridges and bulbs. You can find all my previous posts using these links:
But today I got a chance to play with a truly AllJoyn device – LIFX Color 1000 bulb. And the first task that I had to solve is how to onboard the bulb to my local network. More information about the task you can find watching this video:
Finally, I updated all modules in my training using Visual Studio Code 1.0. Additionally, I published 6 more modules and 7 more are coming. Here is the full list of all available videos (Express, Intro to Extensions, Office Extensions, TACO, PowerShell, Google chrome Extensions and Python are coming next week):
Finally, I can use my favorite IDE – Visual Studio in order to develop applications for Linux devices, including Raspberry Pi B+. It’s really fast and I have not to deal with Linux at all. More details in my video:
Once I published my book about Windows 10 development, several people told me that developers don’t read paper books anymore. Looks like it’s true. At least, I can see that I sold Kindle edition books in three times more compare to paperback version. That’s why I decided to record a video training about Windows 10 development. Not sure if people like it but I can train my English at least. The first three modules are available on Channel9:
Module 1: What is the Universal Windows Platform?
Module 2: Introduction to XAML
Module 3: Layouts