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Mastering Internet of Things by Peter Waher

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Creating your first project

Let's begin. Since our Raspberry Pi now runs Windows 10 IoT Core, .NET Core applications will run on it, including Universal Windows Platform (UWP) applications. From a blank solution, let's create our first Raspberry Pi application. Choose Add and New Project. In the Visual C# category, select Blank App (Universal Windows). Let's call our project FirstApp. Visual Studio will ask us for target and minimum platform versions. Check the screenshot and make sure the version you select is lower than the version installed on your Raspberry Pi.

In our case, the Raspberry Pi runs Build 15063. This is the March 2017 release. So, we accept Build 14393 (July 2016) as the target version and Build 10586 (November 2015) as the ...

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