Getting Started with .NET Gadgeteer: Learn to Use This .NET by Simon Monk

By Simon Monk

How one can quick construct cool digital contraptions with .NET Gadgeteer. With the easy-to-follow directions during this advisor, you will take on 5 interesting initiatives, utilizing Microsoft's quick prototyping Gadgeteer platform. there isn't any soldering concerned - you just plug in modules that make gadget-building speedy and straightforward. perfect for newcomers, this booklet exhibits you ways to paintings with modules and different within the renowned Fez Spider Starter package, and teaches you the way to application your instruments with visible Studio C# exhibit and the .NET Micro Framework 4.1 SDK. you will soon study a variety of programming strategies besides the talents to layout your personal tasks.

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This method will check for a collision between the snowflake and the tongue. TextContent = "Snowflakes Caught: " + score; ResetSnowflake(); } } It will help to refer to Figure 3-5 in working out what is going on with all the clauses “anded” together in the “if” statement. info 41 Figure 3-5. SetTop(snowflake, snowflakeTopPosition); } The first thing we do is move the snowflake down the screen 5 pixels. We then check to see if the snowflake has reached the bottom of the screen, and if it has, we call the method ResetSnowflake that puts it back up at the top of the screen with a random position for its x coordinate.

Info Figure 4-2. Web Servers The response will be in the form of a stream of text formatted as HyperText Markup Language (HTML). HTML contains both text to be displayed and formatting that controls its appearance in the browser. A Gadgeteer Web Server The phrase “web page” is often used to describe a location on the Internet; you can think of a website as a whole load of web pages. However, you have seen that what is displayed on a particular “page” can be different every time you visit it. That is because the server creates the HTML before it eventually sends it back to the browser to be displayed.

If the random number is greater than 7, the snowflake will move to the right. Conclusion This project is a very simple game, but you can probably see how you could modify it. You could for instance try adding a second snowflake, or even creating an array of snowflakes. NET Gadgeteer as a mini web server running on your home network. info 4/Web Messenger The Gadgeteer with an Ethernet module can be put to work as a small web server. In this project, the web server constantly serves the contents of the Gadgeteer screen.

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