June 14, 2013 AT 1:00 am

VisualPi Microsoft .NET Component for Rasberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Visual Pi brings drag-and-drop .NET Control for the Raspberry Pi:

VisualPi is a Drag and Drop .NET Control for Raspberry Pi, with GPIO and Media functions.

VisualPi Features

  • Control Raspberry Pi over your home network with Visual Studio.
  • The VisualPi form control provides real time feedback on state of GPIO ports.
  • Uses familiar .NET syntax: VisualPi.GPIO.SetIO(GPIO12,1)
  • GPIO ports on the Visual Pi control turn green when active.
  • You can control GPIO and media functions as well from the component.
  • Just connect Raspberry Pi to your network
  • The VisualPi control communicate directly with your Raspberry Pi
  • Turn Raspberry Pi into your own .NET Controlled Media Center:
    • VisualPi.Media.Path(string)
    • VisualPi.Media.Play()

How to use it?

Once Raspberry Pi is on your home network. Using any Windows PC running Visual Studio, add the VisualPi .NET library reference. Now you can drag the VisualPi control to your project, right from the toolbox .. that’s it!

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VPi sample


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