thank you for your answer.
I managed the boot process, and now can run programs on the meadow board. Mainly this link is the way to go.
Getting Started w/ Meadow by Controlling the Onboard RGB LED
For totaly newbees like I am it would be good to point out better when the board needs to be in bootloader mode, and when as a normal COM device.
All in all a very good simple and easy start. You are doing a absolute gorgeous job!
On the applications you mentioned, I have just completed a [project] where you can control a small rover with a Xamarin.Forms app using Plugin.BLE, though I’m still working on the documentation to publish it on Hackster. It would be the part 2 of the [existing project] I released a while back.
→ Please do that! this is such a good project! I saw your Interview where you presented the NES gui for your rover! This in combination with a good documentation and a good “Presentation” on your Homepage would be a magnet for new customers!
For 433Mh receiver-emitter we have a driver for the nrf24l01 that its a WIP, we havent got that working fully atm.
→ Yeah I was not sure which “Radio Frequency” devices I should order, but if you say this one will be faster lose the WIP status i will order it now.
For Arducam, we have a in the Meadow.Foundation repo, you could give that a try.
→ Sure I will order one now. Arducam Mini 2MP
Another thing to keep in mind is that Meadow application currently run on Interpret mode, so the performance is not optimal until we reach AOT compilations.
→ Ok, I will give it a look afterwards, curently not watching on realtime solutions. Its more the interest of kinda “plug and play” new sensors or modules. I please you to keep that in mind to strengthen your community in having good documentations
It also would be great if you point out how you are realtime debugging with visual studio and install probably JTAG?
All in all please bring out content with good documentation and this will be a great wave you will surf on!