tcMenu for Arduino

TcMenu is a full feature Menu system for the arduino platform that supports many display types and remote control via an API. Drivers are available for many common displays and network interfaces. The protocol is published, and there is a Java API.

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One of my hobbies is woodworking and speaker building, take a look at some of my latest attempts at building well known speaker designs. Although these are generally builds of other peoples designs, you may find some of this interesting.

Consultancy pages

We offer consultancy and development services for Java, Embedded 8 and 32 bit systems, including providing mobile and web integration to embedded products.

tcMenu for Arduino

Audio is in our DNA, not only can we help build embedded audio devices, we are also Audiophilles that love listening to music, be it from turntable or digital source.

TCC Forum discussion

Our new forum allows the community to discuss the libraries (opensource and commerical) that we write.

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To coin a phrase, communication between embedded devices and mobile or desktop computers "just got real". In a few short years, products being able to communicate with each other went front nice to have - to absolutely essential.

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tcMenuDesigner code generation and plugins

By dave on February 5, 2019

This guide to tcMenuDesigner code generation runs through the way that code is created in the designer. Covering how the menu items are internally represented, how plugins are responsible for generating the code and lastly, how the code is output. It assumes that you are completely familiar with the general concepts in tcMenu. If not at least read the getting started guide before proceeding. How the UI works internally TcMenu designer UI is basically the equivalent of a form designer.

TcMenu and IoAbstraction consultancy quick start

By dave on November 30, 2018

If you’re thinking of using tcMenu, IoAbstraction or any other of our libraries on a commercial project, then we offer training and support to get you started quickly. It can be much more affordable than you first think too. Especially when you factor in the saved time, and reduced risk. Along with this we also have extensions to both of the libraries that are only available under a commercial license. These improvements offer significant performance gains over the open source versions, while remaining very compatible.

Getting started Unit testing with Arduino platform

By dave on November 18, 2018

This article discusses how to unit test a simple project with Arduino, if you’re not used to writing unit tests, or need more background, then first read this guide on unit testing embedded projects. My favoured library for writing unit tests on Arduino platform is AUnit. It is open source, under a commercial friendly MIT license and provides a nice API. It is available from here: AUnit is available through library manager, just install it direct from the IDE.

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