RaspberryPi.Template 0.5.0

Raspberry Pi 3 project template for .NET Core 2

An empty project template for .NET Core 2 IoT applications deployed to the Raspberry Pi 3.

I wrote about how to use this template and install it into your development environment in this post:

https://jeremylindsayni.wordpress.com/2017/03/21/how-to-a-net-core-template-to-create-a-new-project-from-the-command-line-with-dotnet-new-i/

Install-Package RaspberryPi.Template -Version 0.5.0
dotnet add package RaspberryPi.Template --version 0.5.0
paket add RaspberryPi.Template --version 0.5.0
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A Raspberry Pi Template for .NET Core 2 projects

An empty project template for .NET Core 2 IoT applications deployed to the RaspberryPi.

I started this project after reading this post:
https://www.thurrott.com/dev/106624/net-core-comes-quietly-raspberry-pi

How to install the template

<b>TL;DR</b>
<code>dotnet new -i RaspberryPi.Template::*</code>

I wrote about how to use this template and install it into your development environment in this post:
https://jeremylindsayni.wordpress.com/2017/03/21/how-to-a-net-core-template-to-create-a-new-project-from-the-command-line-with-dotnet-new-i/

You need .NET Core 2 installed - you can get the most recent previews from here:
https://github.com/dotnet/cli/tree/master

You can install from nuget using the command:
<code>dotnet new -i RaspberryPi.Template::*</code>

Or if you want to install the source code and modify it, clone the repo to a directory (I put mine in the folder below but you can clone it anywhere):
<code>C:\Users\Jeremy\Documents\Visual Studio 2017\Templates\ProjectTemplates\Raspberry Pi</code>

Then install the template using the command below:
<code>dotnet new -i "C:\Users\Jeremy\Documents\Visual Studio 2017\Templates\ProjectTemplates\Raspberry Pi\RaspberryPiTemplate\RaspberryPiCore"</code>

Now you can see the list of templates you have installed with this command:
<code>dotnet new --list</code>

And you can create a new project (called "MyNewProject") for your IoT device with the command:
<code>dotnet new coreiot -n MyNewProject</code>

More

See more examples of running .NET Core apps the RaspberryPi ARM device here.
https://www.hackster.io/Ra5tko/running-native-net-core-apps-on-raspberry-pi-arm-0bb717

A Raspberry Pi Template for .NET Core 2 projects

An empty project template for .NET Core 2 IoT applications deployed to the RaspberryPi.

I started this project after reading this post:
https://www.thurrott.com/dev/106624/net-core-comes-quietly-raspberry-pi

How to install the template

<b>TL;DR</b>
<code>dotnet new -i RaspberryPi.Template::*</code>

I wrote about how to use this template and install it into your development environment in this post:
https://jeremylindsayni.wordpress.com/2017/03/21/how-to-a-net-core-template-to-create-a-new-project-from-the-command-line-with-dotnet-new-i/

You need .NET Core 2 installed - you can get the most recent previews from here:
https://github.com/dotnet/cli/tree/master

You can install from nuget using the command:
<code>dotnet new -i RaspberryPi.Template::*</code>

Or if you want to install the source code and modify it, clone the repo to a directory (I put mine in the folder below but you can clone it anywhere):
<code>C:\Users\Jeremy\Documents\Visual Studio 2017\Templates\ProjectTemplates\Raspberry Pi</code>

Then install the template using the command below:
<code>dotnet new -i "C:\Users\Jeremy\Documents\Visual Studio 2017\Templates\ProjectTemplates\Raspberry Pi\RaspberryPiTemplate\RaspberryPiCore"</code>

Now you can see the list of templates you have installed with this command:
<code>dotnet new --list</code>

And you can create a new project (called "MyNewProject") for your IoT device with the command:
<code>dotnet new coreiot -n MyNewProject</code>

More

See more examples of running .NET Core apps the RaspberryPi ARM device here.
https://www.hackster.io/Ra5tko/running-native-net-core-apps-on-raspberry-pi-arm-0bb717

Dependencies

This package has no dependencies.

Version History

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0.5.0 (current version) 115 11/10/2017
0.4.0 601 7/22/2017