Conclusion


In this chapter, you learned how the extensible emulator was designed to offer a close simulation of on-device behavior, how to work with the extensible emulator, and how to develop your own custom emulator components for peripherals not supported in the built-in component library. We've also spent a fair bit of time covering the various advanced configurations and emulator options, as well as provided a few sections that cross-reference the various namespaces and objects that you may encounter when developing your own projects.




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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