The Netduino Samples repository contains the source code for a example projects using the Netduino family of boards.
Further information about the Netduino boards and the samples in this repository can be found in the Wilderness Labs Developer Portal.
|Button with Interrupts||Listening to an
|Controlling a Servo||Using PWM to control a servo.|
|Driving an LED using PWM||Driving a single LED using a PWM signal.|
|Glitch filtering||Filtering circuit noise using a
|LCD Display||Driving a 16 x 2 LCD using the
|Potentiometer and RGB LED||Changing the color of an RGB LED using the
|Read DS3234 Using SPI||Read the current date and time from a DS3234 Real Time Clock module.|
|RGB Blinky||Simple sample driving a RGB LED.|
|RGB LED and PWM||Driving a RGB LED using PWM.|
|SD Cards||Reading and writing an SD card.|
|TMP012 - Reading temperature||Reading the temperature from a TMP102 temperature sensor.|
|TMP102 - Writing registers||Writing to the register on the TMP102 to reconfigure the sensor.|
|UART||Reading a writing data to a UART.|
|Web Request||Connecting to the internet and making a
|Web Request (Multithreaded)||Making a multithreaded
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