Stay up to dates with our latest activities and progress.
Updates in build system
Published on July 2, 2020 by José Simões
Great news for those wanting to do local builds (and possibly debug) the build system has been improved to use the same scripts by Azure Pipelines and local builds. Moreover: we now have scripts for automated install&setup of all the re...
Custom attributes with constructors
Published on March 13, 2020 by José Simões
We now have support for custom attributes with constructors! Read all about it on the blog post:https://nanoframework.net/2020/03/13/custom-attributes-with-constructor/
New releases for all class libraries have been published
Published on March 9, 2020 by José Simões
Note that this requires also updating the fw image to the latest version!There are no changes from previous versions - which are quite stable - just that these are compiled with the new MDP.
VS extension 184.108.40.206 published
Published on February 7, 2020 by José Simões
This is another step forward with the new MDP. PE files are not fully minimized and the tool it's able to generate perfectly correctly formatted PEs.There has been work done in the Wire Protocol layer so, hopefully, the communication is ...
TI CC1352R and CC1352P wireless MCUs are now supported
Published on December 3, 2019 by José Simões
Support for these wireless MCUs has been added to nanoFramework.Thread, Zigbee, BLE, 802.15.4g, 6lowpan, Wireless M-Bus and others are now in reach!Read the blog post with the announcement
nanoFramework UI features are just around the corner
Published on November 21, 2019 by José Simões
Check this demo of Matrix rain generated entirely by code.(run for 3 consecutive days without a glitch)
Published on November 15, 2019 by José Simões
nanoFramework family is growing!Today we are adding a new target: the NXP i.MX RT1060 Eval Kit. This brings along support for a new vendor and a new RTOS: FreeRTOS.A big thank you to Mateusz Klatecki and Global Control 5 from Poland for ...
float type is now a 1st class citizen
Published on November 8, 2019 by José Simões
float type is now a 1st class citizen in nanoFramework BCL.The missing properties like NaN, Infinity and methods like Parse() and TryParse() are now available.BTW, our CompareTo() in float and double are now fully aligned with the .NET API.