.General info

Library open source page: https://github.com/telerik/UI-For-UWP Documentation: https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/universal-windows-platform/Introduction-uwp

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.Installing Telerik UI for UWP

Installing the prebuilt nuget package This is based on the instructions at this page: https://www.nuget.org/packages/Telerik.UI.for.UniversalWindowsPlatform/ Visual Studio menu > Tools > NuGet Package Manager > Package Manager Console In the console window that opens (bottom window of VS) run the install command for your project (see link above for current version): Adding To A New […]

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Charts for UWP apps

There are no native controls for creating charts in UWP. You can either choose a paid solution or try and find a usable free one Free Chart Tools Telerik UI for UWP – The lovely people at Progress have an open-source version of their “Telerik UI for UWP” which works great for Windows CoreIoT Syncfusion […]

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.Installing Live Charts

WE FOUND THIS LIBRARY DIDN’T WORK, GOT INSTALL ERROR “NU1202: Package elmah.corelibrary 1.2.2 is not compatible with uap10.0.15063 (UAP,Version=v10.0.15063)” This is based on the instructions at: https://lvcharts.net/App/examples/v1/uwp/Install Visual Studio menu > Tools > NuGet Package Manager > Package Manager Console In the console window that opens (bottom window of VS) find the package using: Run […]

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appxmanifest

Declaring file types you want your application to be able to see In Solution Explorer open Package.appxmanifest > Declarations > File Type Associations In Properties > Name, give this declaration section a name. E.g. “resource_files” Then in the Supported file type section Content type: can be blank File Type: the file extentions (e.g. “.mp3”) Add […]

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Rename Existing Project

A few places where the re-naming needs to occur (not a definitive list of how to, but as we find them!) Menu > Debug > [Project] Properties > Application Assembly Name Assembly Information Package Manifest

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Clock Stretching

I2C devices that use clock stretching Whilst the Raspberry Pi hardware will support clock stretching, it seems the software drivers do not currently. A possible hack is to slow down the I2C clock rate to give the slave devices more time so they don’t need to clock stretch, needs a search for suitable ways to […]

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