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Oil tank telemetry with nanoFramework

The first commercial products with the “nanoFramework inside” label (a shameless copy of the old Intel® logo) are out in the wild! Literally.They were built to perform in a demanding industry and deployment scenarios: oil fields! These devices have been developed and built by OrgPal, a leading remote-monitoring manufacturer and solution provider for the oil … Continue reading Oil tank telemetry with nanoFramework

NuGet, assembly and native versions

nanoFramework C# class libraries are distributed as NuGet packages to be consumed by projects. This has been like this since day one. NuGet packages are practical, easy to distribute, easy to consume, easy to update. But they had a …minor… problem. Actually, make that two… 😉 One was that the dependency between the managed assembly … Continue reading NuGet, assembly and native versions

nanoFramework Open Collective is here!

Today we have an important announcement to make: nanoFramework is now accepting donations! In the spirit of the openness and transparency that we have been following since day one, an Open Collective has been setup in order to manage these affairs. Why do we need donations you may ask… Well, let us take a moment … Continue reading nanoFramework Open Collective is here!

SonarCloud is on nanoFramework repos!

Code quality is something that is high in our priority list at nanoFramework. Though, being on the list is not of much use, it must be measurable and comparable against an accepted standard. For this reason, since last week we’ve been busy adding the awesome SonarCloud tool to all our class libraries repositories on GitHub. … Continue reading SonarCloud is on nanoFramework repos!

Deployment image generator

nanoFramework Visual Studio extension (both VS2017 and VS2019 versions) just got a new improvement: the ability to generate a “deployment image”. And what the heck is a “deployment image” you ask? Let me explain with a bit more detail. To run a C# application a nanoDevice must have on its storage (which is a flash … Continue reading Deployment image generator