Join Michael Lehman for an in-depth discussion in this video Chapter 3 review, part of IoT Development with Windows 10 IoT Core 1: Installation and Basic Connection.
- [Instructor] All right, now we've gone through…the beginnings of developing IoT apps.…You understand how to use Visual Studio…and the IoT Dashboard and Device Portal,…so let's review what we've done in this section.…We explored the Microsoft tools.…As I mentioned, Visual Studio 2015,…IoT Dashboard, the Device Portal,…remote access, and PowerShell.…We built a UX, deployed it and tested it…on our Raspberry Pi, and we also…built a headless app, essentially Blinky,…but as a background service.…All right, next up, we're going to talk…about prototyping your project and next steps,…and I also hope you will join me…in the advanced course, where we take…all of this learning we've done here,…and actually create a product.…
- 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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