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Programming Custom Hardware for Windows

Programming Custom Hardware for Windows

The task of developing custom applications that access custom hardware can be daunting for even the most seasoned application developer and especially for someone who has just learned developing applications using Visual Basic and similar RAD tools.

Here in this blog I present an alternative way that may help even the non-programmers to do what they want; That is to develop a custom UI and then access a specific piece of hardware that is connected to their machine.

I don’t assume the reader to be aware of Port Access in Windows NT/2000/XP or even Windows 98 but I do assume that he knows what he’s trying to do.

The First step would be to understand that why such a framework that allows one to support accessing hardware from RAD tools is needed and then later see what advantages it has got.

Finally we would get into developing such a Framework.

-The Editor (


November 11, 2006 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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