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RPi and W10
« on: May 05, 2015, 09:51:58 am »
Has anyone tried the current W10 build for RPi?
Sat through an IoT session yesterday at Ignite. Seems interesting. There's another session today I'm going to try to make


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Re: RPi and W10
« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2015, 02:07:53 am »
I have installed it, but haven't done anything with it.  It wasn't what I was expecting.  But then Microsoft early releases like this tend to be very rudimentary.  It has promise though.  Programming in C# is nice.

I wonder if one will be able to host an website from a rpi2.  If so and you can have the website access the gpio pins I see lots of cool things happening.

I know it can be done with php and Apache running the linux side of RPi2, I would prefer ASP if I could.  My career is in the Microsoft world so it is what I know best.