Join Michael Lehman for an in-depth discussion in this video Chapter 2 review, part of IoT Development with Windows 10 IoT Core 1: Installation and Basic Connection.
- [Instructor] Okay, we've now got Windows 10 IoT running…on our hardware.…Let's review how we got there.…We first installed the IoT dashboard as administrators…so we could burn the SD card.…Then we booted Windows 10 IoT and configured its network,…its language, its keyboard…and used Powershell to connect to the IoT device…along with the IoT dashboard and the IoT device portal.…And last but not least,…we validated that our hardware is functional.…We connected up an LED to our Raspberry Pi…and ran Blinky and we also installed our Sense HAT…and made sure that the Sense HAT hardware was running.…
Next up, we're going to roll up our sleeves…and actually write some code.…
- Reviewing Windows 10 IoT in action
- Selecting a hardware platform
- Choosing sensors and effectors
- Installing the IoT Core Dashboard and Windows 10 IoT
- Configuring Raspberry Pi hardware
- Installing Sense HAT, an add-on board for Raspberry Pi
- Creating a UX with XAML
- Prototyping a product
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Gather Required Resources
2. Install Windows IoT Core
3. Developing IoT Apps
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