Generate custom embedded app with mobile integration

By dave on October 12, 2020

Summary We can build an embedded and mobile application based upon tcMenu in a very short amount of time. Our application infrastructure makes it possible to offer a simple UI that can be controlled using a white label version of embedCONTROL over BLE, WiFi, Ethernet, Serial or many other protocols. Along with all the open-source display options, we also have display drivers for native graphics built into STM32F mbed boards, and can easily create other custom display drivers if needed.

Generate embedded and mobile app for your company

By dave on October 12, 2020

Summary We can build an embedded and mobile application based upon tcMenu in a very short amount of time. Our application infrastructure makes it possible to offer a simple UI that can be controlled using a white label version of embedCONTROL over BLE, WiFi, Ethernet, Serial or many other protocols. Along with all the open-source display options, we also have display drivers for native graphics built into STM32F mbed boards, and can easily create other custom display drivers if needed.

Working with Analog input events in IoAbstraction

By dave on December 2, 2020

IoAbstraction has a class named AnalogInEvent to support event based programming for Analog Inputs, it is based on the BaseEvent class within the base library TaskManagerIO. The class itself is very flexible and can work with both polling and interrupt based approaches, or even a hybrid of the two. If you are not familiar with events, I recommend reading about them in the above TaskManagerIO link. You can see the reference guide for analog event here.

IoAbstraction Analog Core documentation

By dave on August 15, 2019

IoAbstraction has a simple interface to the analog capabilities of all supported boards. It provides frequently used functionality around acquiring and setting analog values from ADC, PWM and DACs. Having the ability to read and write analog values as float, where the value is between 0 and 1; where 0 is off and 1 is fully on. this capability allows you share code across different Arduino and mbed boards. The base class for this abstraction is AnalogDevice and you can see the full documentation in the reference guide.

tcMenu for Arduino

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