Windows IoT Core, ASP.NET Core, .NET Core, too many Cores already.
.NET on BeagleBone Can’t wait.
But Gus… we already have .net on BBB via mono. And that’s with full access to the IO capabilities of the board; programming in VS and VScode; plus a real IFU strategy; plus a containerization strategy; plus full control of the update timing; no mandated app store; and a no-license-cost path to productization, and a substantially larger library of reusable code.
I work for MS and really love most of what we do (esp., .net and Azure), but I cannot pretend to be blind to the ways in which Win10 IoT does not address these core needs, especially for small-scale/small-run work.
Oh yes - many options. QtSharp, GtkSharp and a Windows Forms equivalent are among the most common choices. I have only tried Winforms and GtkSharp and both worked well.
@ mcalsyn - So it’s time to continue your knowledgebase!! Can we hope?
Good point - that would make for a nice article.
.Net Core 2.0 on Raspberry Pi