So I’m pretty basic at coding. In my previous kick at my project idea I was using a Cerberus and the MFToolkit’s XBee library:
It worked well, and I needed it because I use the remote XBee in IO mode to gather readings, which requires the co-ordinator to be in API mode to get data back off the pins. I was able to use the MicroXBee library with the Cerberus and get the data I needed.
With my move to try and implement things on W10 IoT, I’ve come to realize there’s a fundamental shift in serial device access that breaks the library. When I look at examples like in HelloZigBee/MainPage.xaml.cs at master · falafelsoftware/HelloZigBee · GitHub I see that instead of naming a COM port, you enumerate the serial devices and get an ID that is then used to access the serial device.
Unfortunately while I can find sample code for basic TX/RX in AT mode, but I have yet to find a library that could be used like the MFToolkit one but with W10 IoT. Has anyone else seen one?