William has a review of RWEverything, a freeware tool for Windows:
William Leara of Dell has a new blog post, with a tutorial on writing a UEFI hello-world app using the UDK.
“Hello World” Quick-Start with UDK2015
The objective of this post is to explain how to get started with UEFI development by getting the UDK2015 development environment up and running, creating a Hello, World example program, and running it in the UEFI shell. Once you can get a simple application built and running in a UEFI Shell, you can begin extending it to greater and greater sophistication![…]
As William points out, the DMTF updated SMBIOS, and the Tianocore project updated EDK2 appropriately.
William has done another tool review, this time of Nikolaj’s CrScreenshotDxe tool. He does must longer blog posts on tool reviews than me, so it is always nice to see another review from him. 🙂
[…] “Nikolaj did us all a great service by posting this utility on Github. It was easy to integrate and worked flawlessly.” […]
As William points out, the EDK2 commnity is on IRC these days: