I'm a C# developer using Xamarin and VS2010 to create an app for an ASUS Transformer tablet. I want to use 32Feet.NET to create an application that runs on the tablet, sending simple string messages to a laptop running Windows 7, listening for those
I've tried exploring a couple of samples (BluetoothChat2 among them), but even when I remove all UI elements from the code, the deployment onto the tablet fails. The message alludes to a dependency on System.Windows.Forms from within the 32Feet.NET
Is there an example of core Bluetooth messaging that doesn't use any UI elements on the 'client' side? I'd like to just get to 'hello world'...
I'm working with a high-school robotics team in FIRST. We're trying to create a scouting application that uses Bluetooth to connect Wiimotes to an ASUS Transformer tablet (this part is finished), which will operate as a user interface for the person
on the Wiimote.
The tablet will basically be sending database commands to the PC, which will update a SQLExpress or MSAccess database with data related to the match the user is watching.
We're going to have two tablets, with three users on Wiimotes connected to each tablet, watching a FIRST match and inputting data....
Any help appreciated.