Samples

The samples included with the .NET Micro Framework provide instruction on various aspects of the .NET Micro Framework.

When you install the .NET Micro Framework SDK, the installation program creates a folder in your My Documents folder called Microsoft .NET Micro Framework. That, in turn, has a folder named Samples. Each of the following samples is in its own subdirectory of the Samples directory.

In This Section

DPWS Sample
This sample shows how to use the Micro Framework’s DPWS features.
Extended Weak References Sample
This sample shows how to use the Micro Framework’s ExtendedWeakReference class to persist data across a reboot of the hardware.
File System Sample
This sample shows how to use the Micro Framework’s file system features.
New Presentation Sample
This sample demonstrates the presentation features of the .NET Micro Framework. The Micro Framework’s presentation features are a subset of the Windows Presentation Foundation functionality.
Emulator Sample
This sample shows how to use the Micro Framework’s emulator.
SocketClient Sample
This sample shows how to create a socket and use it to issue a request to retrieve an HTML page for a web site.
SocketServer Sample
This sample shows how to create a socket and use it to listen for incoming client requests.
Temperature Sample
This sample demonstrates the use of a custom emulator component with the .NET Micro Framework extensible emulator.
Threading Sample
This sample shows how to use many of the threading features offered by the .NET Micro Framework.
Touch Panel Sample
This sample shows how to use the Micro Framework’s touch panel features.
USB Sample
This sample shows how to use the Micro Framework’s USB features.
WeakDelegate Sample
This sample shows how to use the Micro Framework’s WeakDelegate class to notify the object of events.
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