Chapter 1. Hello World

To familiarize you with the development environment, your first program should be a simple HelloWorld. Because the Netduino Plus board does not have a display, use the USB connection between board and development PC to write the string Hello World to the development environment’s Output window running on the PC, as illustrated in Figure 1-1. The USB connection is used to deploy and debug your programs, and in the HelloWorld example, it allows you to send the Hello World string to your development PC.

Architecture of HelloWorld example
Figure 1-1. Architecture of HelloWorld example

Setting Up the Development Environment

Before writing your first program ...

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