.NET Micro Framework 4.1 SDK Released

Microsoft released Version 4.1 of the .NET Micro Framework SDK for developing managed applications on small devices.

As quoted in the released “The .NET Micro Framework is a .NET implemenation for very small, resource constrained devices. With version 4.1, we have added VS 2010 compatibility with multi targeting to support development for NETMF versions 3.0, 4.0, and 4.1. We have also added support for Big Endian processors. In addition, we have included ports for the Following Renesas processors and development boards: SH7216 RSK, SH7264 M3A HS64, SH7264 RSK, SH7619 EVB. We have added new applications diagnostics and DPWS custom bindings and additional samples. Finally, we have added the Hashtable type and enhanced the SPI type.

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