How To Build Raspberry Pi HMI on Windows 10 IoT Core
It’s not always the case that an IoT Gadget would require an HMI interface. Because they are normally designed to autonomously collect sensor data and share it with external systems. In cases where an HMI is required, the web browser has become the most preferred platform for interacting with IoT Devices. But yet, there are scenarios where it would be beneficial, if not unavoidable, to have a native app HMI experience. Whereby, the HMI is tightly coupled with the underlying software. Particularly in smart industrial equipment using touch-screen displays. In the video below, I demonstrate a basic example that helps you get started with building a Raspberry Pi HMI on Windows 10 IoT Core, which will allow you to access its hardware resources in a seamless fashion. And building such kind of HMIs on Windows 10 IoT Core involves you understanding a very simple markup language called XAML, that allows you to layout controls for your interface just like how you would use HTML to layout the design of a web page. in-depth.
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