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Working with Serializer .NET Library and Serializer .NET Robot Controller

Hi All, In this post I will talk about installing the Serializer .NET library and some features os the Serializer .NET Robot Controller developed by RoboticsConnection. The Serializer 3.0 Robot Controller provides a ready-to-use solution to interface the Microsoft™ .NET framework, or C++ applicaitons to the most common robotic hardware. Details about the board can be found here Serializer .NET Robot Controller Here is how we install the .NET library for use in the projects that involve using the Serializer .NET Robot Controller. Note: Although the board is called robot controller it can be used for much mmore than just controlling robots it can be used for numerous other application like, Motor control, Sensor interface, etc. The Serializer™ Library is based on the Microsoft .NET 2.0 Framework. It does not support the use of the .NET 1.1 Framework. So, here we go, Step 1:Download the Download the latest version of the Serializer™ .NET Library Installer from: Serializer .NET Library Step 2:Run the installe ...

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Serial Port Test

Hi all, This is the second text book example from Mr. Samuel Phung's Book.In this section we will develop a Visual Basic based application for testing the serial port on the eBox. The runtime image required for this example remains the same as developed in the previous section, so we can now move on to the application development part. Step 1:Launch the VS2005 IDE. Step 2:From the IDE, select files ► New ► Project to bring up the New Project screen. Step 3:From the New Project screen’s left pane, click on and expand the Other languages node. Step 4:Click on and expand the Visual Basic node followed by the Smart Device node, and click Windows CE 5.0. Step 5:From the New Project screen’s right pane, click Device Application. Step 6:Enter SerialPortApp as the name or any other name of your choice. Step 7:from the New Project screen, click OK to continue. A blank SerialPortApp will be created by the VS2005 IDE. Now by default a blank form is created and we need to add various buttons and boxes to ...

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