Windows IoT is the awesome cross-platform development system from Microsoft, that gives you the Windows 10 programming environment on embedded devices.
In this series, we show you how to get started with Windows IoT. We’ll help you setup your development environment, and then show you how to write your first two Windows IoT applications for your Raspberry Pi. (read more)
Learn how to create an Windows IoT Headless Application
There are two basic types of Windows IoT applications: “headed” and “headless”.
“Headless” apps have no graphical user interface (GUI), and are said to run “in the background”. That is, they continue to run even when you start up a “headed” application. Also, they don’t depend on having a monitor attached to the system. (read more)
In this tutorial, we introduce a new Windows tool, called PowerShell. We’ll be using PowerShell to configure our Blinky apps to automatically run at system startup. (read more)
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