The Device Portal Wrapper is a library that allows a client application to connect to a Device Portal instance on a Windows 10 device and call the REST APIs presented. This allows an application to e.g. install apps, reboot the device, or get performance metrics.
See the GitHub repo at https://github.com/microsoft/windowsdeviceportalwrapper
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package WindowsDevicePortalWrapper -Version 0.9.3
dotnet add package WindowsDevicePortalWrapper --version 0.9.3
<PackageReference Include="WindowsDevicePortalWrapper" Version="0.9.3" />
paket add WindowsDevicePortalWrapper --version 0.9.3
Breaking change: By default, the DefaultDevicePortalConnection object will no longer attempt to switch from USB connection to WiFi. This should not impact many people.
v0.9.3 adds support for live ETW tracing over WebSocket and collection of Windows Error Reporting reports. In addition, several changes to the server have been made to make it more asynchronous.
This package has no dependencies.
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