Windows Application Design

Windows application development has evolved from DOS and Windows 3.1 to Win32, MFC, and now .NET. Each new API builds on the successes and failures of its predecessors. From a developer's perspective, Microsoft's popular Visual Studio development tools have remained a stable and well-documented path to create new applications.

DeLise Consulting has specialized in creating Windows apps that communicate with embedded controllers via serial ports, TCP/IP over internet, ethernet, or cell modem connections. In most cases, the interface includes a custom binary protocol with error detection and correction. Sometimes the protocol is a standard such as Modbus/RTU or Modbus/TCP.


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