26 Feb '13, 9pm

Python frontend is a GUI for different microcontrollers

Python frontend is a GUI for different microcontrollers

[Navin] has been hard at work producing a GUI which works with different micocontrollers . The idea is to make it even easier to develop projects by simplifying the feedback and control you can get from the prototyping hardware. The best part about it is that he designed the software to interface with any hardware which can be programmed in C++. The screenshot above shows the program communicating with an mbed board which has an ARM microcontroller. But the Arduino board (which uses an ATmega chip) is supported as well. Support for additional architectures can be added by writing your own configuration file for the chip. The Python program then asks for the com port it should be using for this session. The source package, including the code which runs on the microcontrollers, can be found at the project repository . The functions used in the sketches are quite simple and s...

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