Deploying to a Target Device


Deployment to a physical device is very similar to deployment to an emulator. You just have to re-target the output to use an appropriate platform. The precise transport and target device that you use depends on the particular hardware platform.

Figure 3-7 shows the output options that select a physical device for output. In the case of this board, I used the new project wizard to create a Windows application. The default behavior of the code produced by this wizard is to display "Hello World" in the middle of the graphics screen.

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Figure 3-7: Sending project output to a FreeScale development board.

Figure 3-8 shows the output of the application running on a Freescale developer board.

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Figure 3-8: Running a program on a Freescale Development board.

Note 

The new project wizard creates idealized .NET Micro Framework applications, which might not match the actual configuration of a given target device. Therefore, you may need to modify the code they produce to get them to work on your particular hardware.




Embedded Programming with the Microsoft .Net Micro Framework
Embedded Programming with the Microsoft .NET Micro Framework
ISBN: 0735623651
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2007
Pages: 118

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