Posts Tagged ‘raspberry pi’

IoT Development with Windows 10 and Raspberry Pi – Setting Up

This is my third blog article covering Windows 10 IoT Core. Part 1: https://blogs.perficient.com/microsoft/2016/01/windows-10-iot-editions-explained/. Part 2: https://blogs.perficient.com/microsoft/2016/01/iot-development-with-windows-10-and-raspberry-pi-what-you-need/ By now we got development environment all set up (installed Windows 10 production release, enabled development mode, installed Visual Studio 2015 and IoT templates). We also set our mind on specific board which we’ll be using: Raspberry Pi […]

IoT development with Windows 10 and Raspberry Pi – What you need

This is my second blog article covering Windows 10 IoT Core. See the first part here: https://blogs.perficient.com/microsoft/2016/01/windows-10-iot-editions-explained/. So, you decided to develop your first IoT (embedded) application using Windows 10 IoT Core. Awesome! What do you need for that? Surprisingly, not that much. First, you need a device, a IoT board. At the moment, Windows […]

Windows 10 IoT editions explained

Windows has a long history of deployments outside of traditional desktop (or laptop) computers. Embedded versions of Windows existed for a long time, powering check registers, kiosks, outdoor displays and even car entertainment systems. Pretty much every version of Windows is recent times had it’s embedded incarnation (XP, 7, 8 and now 10). The OS […]

Microsoft will bring Windows 10 to Raspberry Pi 2

For the uninitiated, Raspberry Pi is an extremely popular low-cost (it only costs $35), credit-card sized computer which took DIY computer scene by the storm about a year ago. This is a fully functional personal computer which could be plugged in to monitor (or TV) and with added keyboard and mouse could be used for.. well, […]