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Introducing Arduino Wiring on Windows 10 IoT Core

Developers targeting Windows 10 IoT Core can use a programming language of their choice. Today, this includes C#, C++, Visual Basic, JavaScript, Python and Node.js, but we’re not stopping there. Arduino Wiring is the latest addition to IoT Core.

Arduino is one of the most popular platforms among makers. Its community has produced a large number of libraries to interface with peripherals such as LED displays, sensors, RFID readers and breakout boards. One of the main drivers for Arduino’s adoption is its simplicity. With Windows 10 IoT Core, you can now create or port Arduino Wiring sketches that will run on supported IoT Core devices, including Raspberry Pi 2, 3 and Minnowboard Max.

Creating your first Arduino Wiring sketch for IoT Core

You can find the detailed steps for creating Arduino wiring sketches in the Arduino Wiring Project Guide. In addition, here is a quick summary:


  • Upon project creation, a sketch file with the same name and the extension ‘.ino’ will be created and opened by default. The sketch includes a template for Arduino Wiring using a classic hello world LED blinking code. More details about the Arduino Wiring template and required device setup can be found at the Hello Blinky (Wiring) page.


  • Before deploying, make sure to change the driver on the target device to DMAP. For more details, follow the instructions in the Lightning Setup Guide.
  • Finally, select your remote machine and press F5 to build and deploy your app to your device. Go back to the Arduino Wiring Project Guide for additional guidance.

How does an Arduino Wiring sketch run on an IoT Core device

On an IoT Core device, an Arduino Wiring sketch runs as a background application (headless); i.e. there is no UI visible on an attached monitor. This is similar to running a sketch on an Arduino device such as the Arduino Uno for example. However, you can still debug the sketch as you would any other app under Visual Studio by inserting breakpoints and/or stepping through the code. Additionally, to enable verbose output logging, Serial.print() and Serial.println() have been updated to send their output to Visual Studio’s debug pane when the sketch is running under the debugger (the output will also be sent to the serial pins). The Log() function can be used to output to debug as well. Check the Arduino Wiring Porting guide for more details on using Serial.print*() on IoT Core devices.

Porting an Arduino wiring sketch or library to Windows 10 IoT Core

For many Arduino Wiring sketches, simply copying the source code from the existing one to a new Arduino Wiring project in Visual Studio editor and replacing the pin numbers with the ones on your device would suffice.

However, while we have tried to make our implementation as close as possible to other Arduino-based devices, in some cases, a few modifications need to be made to your sketch to make it compatible with the Windows IoT Core OS, the C++ compiler or the board the sketch is running on. The Arduino Wiring Porting Guide covers many of those modifications needed and solutions to problems you may face while porting your sketch.

To use an existing Arduino library, you simply need to copy and add the header (.h) and source file (.cpp) for the library to your project, then reference the header file. Again, most libraries should work with no or very few modifications. However, if you face any issues, please check the Arduino Wiring Porting Guide.

Writing Windows 10 IoT Core specific code

For your scenario, you may want to write code parts that target Windows 10 IoT Core only, but at the same time maintain compatibility with other devices. For that, you can use the _WIN_IOT macro; e.g.:

#ifdef _WIN_IOT
// Windows IoT code only
// Other platforms code

Arduino Wiring and the Universal Windows Platform (UWP)

Arduino sketches runtime behavior on IoT Core devices is similar to other Arduino devices, with every function implemented to work the same way when interacting with the various controllers. However, Arduino Wiring sketches are also Windows UWP apps and thus can be extended to call any UWP APIs such as networking, storage, Bluetooth, media, security and others; for example, you can communicate with Bluetooth devices, connect to Wi-Fi network or even create a OneNote app using Arduino Wiring.

Additionally, you can wrap your sketch inside a WinRT library and use it in any UWP app, including UI apps. Building Arduino Wiring Libraries guide details the steps needed to create Arduino Wiring based libraries.

Additional Resources:

Here are additional resources to assist with creating/porting Arduino Wiring apps running on Windows 10 IoT Core:

Also, check out these Arduino Wiring samples:

OneNote Cloud Services Weather Station Stepper Motor
RGB Pixel LCD Text Display DC Motors

Finally, please add your questions/comments below or send your feature requests to the Lightning repository on GitHub.

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13" Toshiba W7 Pro i3 2gb Ram 320gb HDD

small and lightweight Toshiba R700-1F5 for sale. Running Windows 7 Pro, specifications as above.

Some surface scratches to the cover and the ‘T’ is missing from the Toshiba, other than that in good working order. Selling as I no longer need it and has been un used for a while a couple of months and needs to go.

Looking for £75 delivered.

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Microsoft HoloLens featured in Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Awards

We are honored to share that Microsoft HoloLens has been selected for Popular Mechanics’ 2016 Breakthrough Awards, which recognize the technology and innovators “who’ve made the world a little better this year.” Our commercial and developer partners are already utilizing HoloLens in creative and radical ways, and it’s inspiring to see how we can continue to build the future together. Head on over to Popular Mechanics to read Kevin Dupzyk’s feature story on HoloLens, and make sure to check out this year’s other stellar award recipients.

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Acer S271hl cbid or dbid / AOC e2770she 27" monitor

On the look out for either of these three monitors to complete a racing rig build.

Anyone looking to upgrade and can help out?

Please reply with an asking price, location and price for collected and delivered if possible.

Thanks in advance.

Cheers, Lee

Location: North East England

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