.NET Core 5 is a refactored and highly optimized version of .NET. In this presentation, we will dive deep into exactly what makes up .NET Core 5 and describe in detail the components that make up .NET Core 5. Furthermore, we'll describe the differences between the full .NET Framework and .NET Core 5.
With the release of Windows 10, there is a lot of focus on its use within the enterprise on desktops, laptops, tablets and phones, but did you know that Windows 10 also introduced support for low-cost embedded platforms such as the Raspberry Pi 2? Not only did Microsoft build Windows IoT to target these sub-$50 embedded platforms, they also introduced high level APIs to integrate with even smaller analogue circuits connected locally via USB, or remotely via Bluetooth, LAN or even WiFi. In this session you'll learn about Windows IoT and how it can help you rapidly prototype and deploy embedded solutions and easily integrate analogue sensors and actuators which might normally require complex driver development.
Take a lightning tour of the many connectivity options for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 Store Apps. There are more than ever before: HTTP networking APIs, NFC and Bluetooth including ‘tap to connect’ and WebApi REST services are just the tip of the iceberg. See how to build apps that work with DataSense 2.0. Store settings and data in Microsoft OneDrive. Share state between a Windows Phone 8.1 app and the Windows 8.1 version of your app. See some practical demos, such as how to implement compression with HTTP networking and how you can handle credentials when accessing services that require user authentication. We’ll also take a quick look at building a mobile back end with Microsoft Azure Mobile Services and connecting with it from your app.