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Update: new version of “Sample Runtime” C++ project

Martin PLCnext Team 26 July 2019 min. read
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The Sample Runtime C++ project on Github has been updated with more features and a completely new documentation structure. The project now includes a step-by-step “getting started” guide to building your own runtime for PLCnext Control in C++, starting with a simple “Hello PLCnext” application.

The term “runtime” is used to describe a specific type of PLCnext application. PLCnext runtime applications usually provide an alternative to the real-time control components provided by the Automation Runtime Platform (ARP) – i.e. the Execution and Synchronisation Manager (ESM) and the Embedded Common Language Runtime (eCLR).

Check out the project on Github, and let us know what you think.

Note:

The Makers Blog shows applications and user stories of community members that are not tested or reviewed by Phoenix Contact. Use them at your own risk.

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