Windows 10: Windows 10 IoT Unviersal App executable?
Windows 10 IoT Unviersal App executable?
I have Raspberry PI3 with Windows 10 IoT installed and I wan't to control leds that are connected to Raspberry PI3 from another Windows tablet or computer with done with Visual Studio. That much I know it is possible with Universal App.
But is it possible to control the leds from an independent universal application on the Windows tablet or computer?
Retired from the grind
Our Resident Pi Expert should be along today. Just give him time, since the board was down earlier this morning.
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I am a Pi Enthusiast but I haven't done anything with Windows 10 IoT, other than have a look see. I've never used Visual Studio and or tried to create my own App etc. I just don't have those skills.
Controlling the LEDS from a preexisting APP somebody else wrote may be tricky. I think you'd have to write your own APP to do that. The Raspberry Pi foundation has a dedicated forum section for Windows 10 for IoT. That might be worth a look see. https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/v...dbe0db50c9e0ef I am a member of that forum and use the same username I use here. Most of my Raspberry Pi projects have been on the Linux side of things, and not dealing with the IoT.
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