Top 20 NuGet sensors Packages

The Shiny Core containing all of the major functionality like caching, logging, connectivity, environment, IO, power, settings, and jobs as well as many other utilities
Shiny mocks to make your unit testing life easier
Shiny addon for all your notification needs
Shiny Locations - bringing geofencing and GPS to a background service near you!
Shiny Beacons - for those Shiny BLE things you see everywhere
Shiny addon for speech recognition on mobile platforms
Shiny addon for all imaginable sensors for your devices
Shiny addon for adding upload and download management to your app (with metrics!)
Shiny Reactive BluetoothLE Plugin for client and gatt server
Provides client/server CoAP protocol support for .Net using arbitary transports.
UDP Socket implementation for NZSmartie.CoAPNet
Server and handler implementation for NZSmartie.CoAPNet
Cross Platform Reactive Motion Sensors Plugin for Xamarin and Windows Available Sensors * Accelerometer * Ambient Light * Barometer * Compass * Device Orientation * Gyroscope * Magnetometer * Pedometer * Proximity Supported Platforms * NET Standard * Android 4.3+ * iOS 8+ * Windows UWP
Platform agnostic, .NET Standard 2.0 library for communicating with MetaMotion / MetaWear boards. Due to its platform agnostic nature, this package is only an API for the BLE communication protocol; users of this package will need to plugin their own BLE stack and file i/o code. Check out the M...
Open Connectivity Foundation's (OCF) Open Inter-Conneect (OIC) for .Net providing device discovery, arbitrary transport, client/server communication. More details about OIC here:
Retrieves mainboard information, including BIOS, firmware, chipset and sensors on board For dotnet standard.
A lite MVC server library that mimmics ASPNet Core to provide familiarity to developers
A lite MVC server library that mimmics ASPNet Core to provide familiarity to developers
A bridge between OICNet and my CoAPNet library
Makes it easy to use sensors, displays, and other hardware devices on the Windows IoT Core platform. You should use Microsoft.IoT.Devices package instead of this one - this only exists because the latest version of the Microsoft.IoT.Devices package has not yet been uploaded by the package author (at...