We want to start developing an product, however, with TinyCLR in its infancy it appears that .NETMF is still the mature (and tested?) option.
My question is, with the old GHI site about to die. Will support for the GHI Implementation of .NETMF die along with it? The last thing we want to do is build something on a framework that won’t be supported.
Things that I think make the .NETMF the best choice (which TinyCLR currently lacks)
RLP - Almost a must
Look forward to opinions.
Side question, how does one acquire a G400 Dev Board? (400DB-SM-547)Mouser is out
The answer really depends on your timeline. NETMF is what is complete and mature so it is the way forward fi you are releasing a product in the next few months. If you are in designing a product to be released in a few months, TinyCLR is thee right path for you. Either way, I suggest you get in touch with our team about your commercial design. They may have additional info that is not out in the open yet
For the dev board, the new UCM DEV board replaces the old one. There will be several announcements about what is new in the coming week. But like I said, you can always get in touch with our team to get further details.
I like people who keep promises ,give hope for better things, and by helping others share their experience from what we learn too.
in this forums i’m not going to check who did like or not,since i am one of the of regular readers (maybe with not good English because is not my primary language) and i click button like for every appreciated answer,because i do not hesitate and i’m not here to offend anyone.
I like reading anyone’s contribution to someone question, yours too Kevin which i have seen often!
We are all here to try and learn, and give input when we can…
I think everyone appreciates everyone that contributes, including you.
Lets keep it going!
Without this forum/community, we would all just be reading PDF’s!
Is there a timeline for TinyCLR to reach feature parity with NETMF? Ideally with the individual features listed out. I am very interested in jumping from NETMF as the support transfers, but we need CAN, IFU etc fully working before we do that.