There is a new version released of the CG4T extension for Visual Studio. I found some compatibility issues with the latest version of VS 2017 and VS 2017 Community Edition. During installation, you could get the message that pre-requisites were not found and installation could not continue.
This is now fixed, so if you had this issue, please try again. This issue was also in my other extension: Image Tools for image manipulations within VS.
You can found both extensions in the VS Marketplace.
Below some great Android apps that you can use for working with your Raspberry Pi. All 5 Andriod apps are free to use and should work with the Raspbian operating system
This app enables you to view what is happing on your Pi. Overview of memory, CPU and network usage and start/stop services. You can take pictures when you have a camera module connected. The most interesting feature is to send / receive files from / to your phone / Pi.
2. RaspiCam Remote
This app automatically scans your network for Pi so that you can connect and control your camera module. Take a picture or start recording a video with your phone. Also you can download and view the result in the App.
This app automatically scans your network for Pi so that you can connect to it. Once Pi installation is completed you get a complete;y customizable dashboard with all the (GPOI) sensors available. This app is ideal to control your Pi with your phone.
4. Kodi Remote (Kore)
Many people use their Pi in their living room in combination with KODI (OpenElec). Want to start a video from your couch, this is the app to do it.
5. VNC Viewer
Last but not least: VNC Viewer app. This VNC client can be used to connect to Pi desktop. Can be a bit tricky to control with touch on smaller phones...
Today I launched a new Visual Studio extension: CG4T, which stands for Code Generation for Tridion. I created some pages which explain it all in more detail. Check the CG4T introduction page or view the VS Marketplace page here.
Happy coding to you all!