Ok, so let me start by saying Hi, my name is Ben and I am a software developer. I have been working in C# for about 8 years now, and I am addicted… so its a good things I get paid to do it. I just found this whole NETMF thing Saturday and have ordered a domino to play with. I have done a bit with basic stamps, pic16, and now some with pic32… and I hate all of them!!! I am so thrilled about writing C# for microcontrollers!
Here is my question…
I see the I2C I/O 40 expansion board. I like that it will give me a bunch more pins. Is there any sample code? Can anyone tell me how using this device with the .Net framework is similar and different from using the native CPU i/o pins? Lets say I had 20 devices, some using one wire, others using I2C, and others just pure digital i/o like flipping on an LED and sensing a button push. Would I have the same object level access to a button/input device on the expansion board as I do one thats native to the CPU?
I did gloss over the ebook, nice job. I dont know if I totally agree with how it sets up saying that this will be geared for someone with no c# experience… it gets into intermediate content quickly… but thats great for me.
**** I already posted this in the GHI forum and the admin said they will be posting a driver shortly… but they suggested I post here. Sooooo anyone have any experience with one of these things??