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  • Resources from Bluetooth and NFC for Windows Phone and Beyond

    As promised here are the resources from yesterday's session on Bluetooth and NFC. I've begun uploading the slides and code to this SkyDrive folder:- http://sdrv.ms/143OZD7 I have a few finishing touches to put on the sharing library for NFC - it will be up on NuGet and CodePlex shortly.
    Posted to Peter Foot (Weblog) by PeterFoot on 07-24-2013
  • Update to 32feet.NET for Windows Phone

    Version 8.1 of 32feet.NET for Windows Phone is now available via NuGet. This package adds some helper functionality for Bluetooth development. In particular this version includes the RfCommServiceId (designed to match the Windows 8.1 API) to provide information about various standard RfComm profiles...
    Posted to Peter Foot (Weblog) by PeterFoot on 07-21-2013
  • Bluetooth Development with Windows 8.1

    Unless you've been stuck under a rock (in which case what are you doing reading this?) you'll know that Microsoft announced a preview release of Windows 8.1 at Build yesterday. While I haven't got a development machine up and running yet (No easy upgrade if your device is UK English) I've...
    Posted to Peter Foot (Weblog) by PeterFoot on 06-28-2013
  • 32feet.NET for Windows Phone

    With the recent announcement of Windows Embedded Handheld 8 it seems fitting to discuss something related to industrial and line-of-business applications which you can develop now on the Windows Phone platform. I've released the first drop of 32feet.NET for Windows Phone 8 to our CodePlex site and...
    Posted to Peter Foot (Weblog) by PeterFoot on 01-16-2013
  • Persist Bluetooth Addresses on Windows Phone 8

    The Bluetooth API on Windows Phone 8 is based around some customisations to the Proximity APIs which are part of the Windows API introduced with Windows 8. When you "discover" devices you can retrieve a collection of device identifiers for paired devices. The first time you perform a task you...
    Posted to Peter Foot (Weblog) by PeterFoot on 12-05-2012
  • 32feet.NET User Guide now live on CodePlex

    Today has been spent catching up on my To-Do list, though it still doesn’t look that way! I have however been able to make some progress with 32feet. Alongside the class library documentation for the project there is a User Guide which provides an overview of the functionality and some example code snippets...
    Posted to Peter Foot (Weblog) by PeterFoot on 11-27-2010
  • Disable StoneStreet One Bluetooth Stack on Motorola Devices

    Christian Helle has posted a registry setting on his blog which can be used to toggle the StoneStreet One Bluetooth stack off on Motorola (nee Symbol) rugged handheld devices. Their newer devices (ES400 and MC65) use the Microsoft stack by default. http://christian-helle.blogspot.com/2010/10/motorola...
    Posted to Peter Foot (Weblog) by PeterFoot on 10-22-2010
  • Bluetooth changes in Windows 7

    Since Bluetooth APIs were introduced into Windows (we are talking about the desktop OS here, not Windows CE / Windows Mobile / Windows Phone) there have been numerous updates and changes. Confusingly not all of these have been in Major updates or service packs but some changes are implemented in OEM...
    Posted to Peter Foot (Weblog) by PeterFoot on 02-15-2010
  • Personal Area Networking in the Delphi Magazine

    John Penman has written an article in the March edition of Delphi Magazine entitled "Simple Wireless Networking with Delphi for .NET" which describes using the 32feet.NET library from Delphi code. It walks the user through each of the areas of functionality in the library: IrDA, Bluetooth and Object...
    Posted to Peter Foot (Weblog) by Anonymous on 03-09-2007
  • 32feet.NET v2.1 Released

    Yesterday I released the latest update to the personal area networking library to the 32feet.NET site . This release focussed on bug fixes and improved compatibility and error handling. This release supports device discovery on the latest WM5.0 AKU3 devices and beyond where the registry layout has undergone...
    Posted to Peter Foot (Weblog) by Anonymous on 02-12-2007
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