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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Controlling a tcMenu embedded Arduino sketch from the desktop is trivial. When building your menu using the tcMenu designer UI you can specify how the menu can be controlled remotely, and suitable remote connectors are compiled into your Arduino sketch automatically. If you’ve not already got a tcMenu application running on your Arduino device, then follow the tcMenu for Arduino quick start guide first. When you generate the code for your sketch, take note of the remote options that you’ve chosen; you’ll need this in the next section to make a connection using the pre-packaged desktop application.
Summary This course covers ways to take advantage of the easy development on the Arduino platform, and then deploy minimising or even completely removing the dependency. It starts ensuring everyone can deploy a simple application onto an embedded device, and builds to using available libraries and unit testing. This can be combined with the IoAbstraction training to get maximum benefit. Like all our courses this can be tailored for your needs.
Course Summary IoAbstraction and TcMenu are libraries that make writing software for embedded boards easier, and generally more like writing for the desktop. These training courses aim to quick bring your team up to speed with these technologies. In addition, we can discuss the commercial addons that provide faster drivers and deployment without linking with Arduino. Like all our courses this can be tailored for your needs. Course information Duration: 1 day Cost: £499 - £999 limited special offer Locations: UK and some EU locations All prices quoted here are for on site training, exclusive of VAT and do not include travel expenses to your site.