Build IOT Apps using Raspberry Pi, AspNet Core and SignalR
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This course will teach you how to set up a Raspberry Pi 3 IOT Board with its Linux OS and dotnet core runtime environment
You are then going to learn how to develop dotnet core console,and web applications for raspberry pi . You will learn how to deploy console , aspnetcore webapi and mvc apps on a Raspberry board in order to control appliances connected to and read sensor values from the Raspberry Board.
You will be able to send requests to the webapi end points on the raspberry pi and learn how to control of appliances or read sensor values over the internet.
You will also learn how to develop apps utilizing two–way communication , for which we’ll be using WebSocket mode of SignalR Core technologies which will enable us carry out real time interfacing with the outside world. To that end, you will learn how to push data from raspberry pi to a server in the cloud.
Courses : 4
Specification: Build IOT Apps using Raspberry Pi, AspNet Core and SignalR
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Ben Hayat –
This is my second course from Frank, and I’m very happy with this course. Frank is a great teacher and delivers the content with the right speed. If you are a .Net programmer, this course is for you how to build an app and run it on Raspberry Pi 3 board.
Great course! I have enjoyed every bit of it.
Jake Warner –
This course is great so far. The only thing is he goes really fast so there is a lot of pausing but great so far.
Lars Netzel –
The instructor is doing this in exactly my pace and everything is well explained. For me the coding is not the hard part but instead the compiling and publishing to the raspberry pi since I have no previous Linux or powershell/bash knowledge. I really appreciate the course is not assuming I already know that stuff.
Jan Netzel –
No problems so far
Melek Oncu –
It was great course! Interesting subject, very good course and content for dotnet developers who want to develop IOT applications.
Vasko Mihaylov –
The english spoken accent is somehow weird. Sound quality is awful, sometimes it is too loud, sometimes it is too low. C# coding style is terrible. There is no point of having three Asp.NET Core projects in order to do the task. Two are more than enough. Host project can be part of the Client. The signalR has evolved a lot and some approaches are (or soon will be) not valid any more. It is high time to update some sections of the course or at least this to be noted. DLL code should be provided, not just the dll itself. If the author did not coded it himself, this should be stated and some information should be provided. It is quite a bad practice to provide a major project dependency without a documentation. What the author did not do it but I will is to encourage everyone to have a look at the official documentation of the Unosquare Raspberry PI nuget packages. There are some really useful examples with explanations. I think authors should always encourage people to check official documentations for changes, new features, etc. This author never did this. The course materials are useful to some extend. The real value of this course is that it provides a clear example how to work with Raspberry PI using C#. This is the only reason I would not go for refund.
Vincent Tene –
Best course about the combination of Raspberry Pi, Asp.Net Core and SignalR. Great!
Matija Skriljak –
Everything in this tutorial is obsolete.
Bram Andelhofs –
Good course, but the speakers monotone voice is not the easiest to listen to. Hard to keep concentrated. Also, the videos skip some important things and even don’t correct coding errors that are made, but are ‘just assumed that the viewer can find and correct them’. Someone with no or very little coding experience will stall on this issues.