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2 million NuGet downloads !!
Published on May 7, 2022 by José Simões
Need to read barcodes in your next nanoFramework project? We’ve got you covered! Just released an IoT binding for M5Stack ATOM QR Reader. Kudos to...
The build system for the firmware has been updated to use CMake Presets. This is a major improvement (and breaking change) over the previous approach with cmake-variants. Read the blog post with the announcement and all about this change....
As of now, we're dropping the preview releases and go with stable only. If you want to know the reasoning and details, please read the blog post with the announcement:...
Hey! Are you working with @nanoFramework Visual Studio extension? Show the project some 💜 and add a review in the marketplace. 😉VS2022:...
HttpClient now available
Published on February 24, 2022 by José Simões
With the availability of HttpClient everything HTTP related is now soooo much easy in nanoFramework devices! Calling REST services, receiving and sending content, reusing code from other @dotnet projects… Repository with samples and links t...
Make sure to update your project references and firmware! ⚠️This is a breaking change as Stream class used to live in mscorlib ⚠️ Repo and link to NuGet package: https://githu...
Need to use UDP on your next .NET nanoFramework project? We’ve got you covered: UdpClient library has just been released. Checkout the NuGet package here:...
Our Logging library just got support for a new transport: IETF Syslog RFC3164. Now you can send logging messages through network...
Managing nanoFramework network connected devices just got sooooo much easier! Read the blog post to know everything about it....
Oh yes, we are all in with Visual Studio 2022! Go grab the extension from the...
.NET nanoFramework now has dedicated firmware images and board support packages for M5Stack Core, M5StickC and M5Stick CPLUS. Enjoy the screen, the sensors and the connectivity options. All that from the comfort of .NET C#!
Improved support for ESP32
Published on October 13, 2021 by José Simões
The long due move to ESP-IDF 4.3.1 has been completed!!! 🥳💪 Support for all ESP32 series with .NET nanoFramework is now possible. Yes, that's ESP32_S2, ESP32_S3, ESP32_C3 and whatever Espressif releases next. 😎 Blog post with the full de...
Post in .NET Blog describing the design and developing of .NET nanoFramework Unit Test Framework....
We are now sponsoring Cecil
Published on February 12, 2021 by José Simões
For some months now .NET nanoFramework started using Cecil from JB Evain. In the spirit of OSS, we're giving back to that project that we depend on and start sponsoring it throu...
VS extension 4.0.31 published
Published on December 2, 2020 by José Simões
Besides general stability improvements this version brings a new feature: automatic firmware updates. Currently available only for STM32 targets. The other platforms will follow. Requires target running v1.6.0-preview.54 or higher. Check th...
Hacktoberfest quickstart event
Published on October 14, 2020 by José Simões
Join us next Friday at 14:00 (UTC+1) for our launch event of Hacktoberfest at .NET nanoFramework! RSVP here
🥳🚀 We are very exited to share some great news: .NET nanoFramework has joined the .NET Foundation!Read the blog post with the announcement...