Create and Deploy a UWP app to the Xbox One

This is the Second of a two part Series on Installing the XBox One Developer Mode App on your XBox One Console, and deploying your first App to it. In this post I'll go through the steps required to Create and Deploy your First UWP app to your newly configured XBox one Note: You'll need to have [...]

Installing the XBox One Developer Mode App

This is the first of a two part Series on Installing the XBox One Developer Mode App on your XBox One Console, and deploying your first App to it... Part 2 - is available! Create and Deploy a UWP app to the Xbox One During the opening keynote at //Build 2016, Microsoft announced how to convert [...]

A Dot Net IoT Core Implementation of the 4tronix Pi2Go Robot – Part 1 – The Hardware

I recently gave a talk at my local .Net user group, Dot Net Notts, on Dot Net IoT Core. I ended my talk by demonstrating the 4tronix Pi2Go Robot, which I had modified for Dot Net IoT Core. I’ll go over the basics of Dot Net IoT Core, and explain what I needed to do [...]

Freeing up Reserved / Allocated Serial ports

In my line of work, I spend a lot of time interfacing to devices using a Serial (RS232) connection. This often necessitates the use of USB to Serial port converters. A frustrating issue I often come up against is that, each time a new one of these converters is attached, or indeed an existing to [...]

By | 2017-07-24T08:33:17+00:00 June 13th, 2014|Development, Hardware, Serial Ports, Tips, Windows|0 Comments

Setting up the Zoom 4501 3G Router with an o2 Huawei E173 Dongle

I recently worked on a project required network access where no Network Connection was available on site. I opted for the Zoom 4501 3G router… http://www.zoomtel.com/products/4501.html I paired this with an O2 Huawei E173 Dongle, using a 2GB allowance Pay as you go SIM. http://www.o2.co.uk/broadband/mobile-broadband/o2-dongle The Zoom 4501 supports a wide range of Mobile Broadband [...]

By | 2017-07-24T08:33:19+00:00 July 31st, 2012|Hardware|0 Comments