.NET nanoFramework VS Code Extension
This extension allows you to use VS Code to flash, build and deploy your C# code for .NET nanoFramework on your device regardless of the platform you're using. This has been tested on Mac, Linux (64 bits) and Windows (64 bits).
This .NET nanoFramework VS Code extension allow you to flash, build and deploy your C# .NET nanoFramework application on an ESP32 or STM32 MCU.
Flashing the device
Based on the target you will select, the menus will automatically adjust to help you finding the correct version, DFU or Serial Port.
Once all options has been selected, you'll see the flashing happening:
Building your code
If you have multiple solutions in the open folder, you'll be able to select the one to build:
Build result will be display in the Terminal:
Deploy to your device
Similar as building the project, you'll have to select the project to deploy. The code will be built and the deployment will start:
You'll get as well the status of the deployment happening in the Terminal.
Some ESP32 devices have issues with the initial discovery process and require an alternative deployment method.
If you're having issues with the deployment, you can use an alternative method: you have to select
You will need to make sure you'll have the following elements installed:
This extension will work on any Mac version (x64 or M1), works only on Linux x64 and Windows x64. Other 32 bits OS or ARM platforms are not supported.
Install path issues
:warning: That are know issues running commands for STM32 devices when the user path contains diacritic characters. This causes issues with with STM32 Cube Programmer which is used by
Developing for the VS Code extension
Documentation about development for the extension can be found here.
Feedback and documentation
For documentation, providing feedback, issues and finding out how to contribute please refer to the Home repo.
Join our Discord community here.
The list of contributors to this project can be found at CONTRIBUTORS.
The nanoFramework Class Libraries are licensed under the MIT license.
Code of Conduct
This project has adopted the code of conduct defined by the Contributor Covenant to clarify expected behaviour in our community. For more information see the .NET Foundation Code of Conduct.
This project is supported by the .NET Foundation.