openPICUS: new website, IDE 2.1 and a programmer guide
openPICUS, which connects the embedded world to the internet providing modular hardware and free software, is ready to announce that the new website is online (http://www.openpicus.com). We have a dedicated section exclusively to the Community which is part of the new Forum (http://community.openpicus.com/net/join). The site is more clean and the navigation is now more easy. Click, take a look and let us know what you think about it.
We have the new IDE 2.1! The main updates are:
- Energy saving functions: you can turn off the Flyport or just the Wi-Fi transceiver (Hibernation)
- Improved IOInit() function to easily remap all the peripheral pins
- Simplified management of the external interrupts with a simple instruction
- From Wizard it is now possible to modify the number of serial ports and their buffers size
- From Wizard it is also possible to select the number of UDP sockets and related buffers size
- Pushbuttons debounce function improved
- On code editor improved Autocomplete and Tooltips added for each function
- Added a timestamp at the end of compiling process
- Visualization of Ram status at the end of compiling.
- It is possible to add HTML documentation to each project
- Framework global performance improved
- Full compatibility with each C30 version >3.24
- Various minor bugs fixed
Download the new IDE 2.1: http://www.openpicus.com/site/get-started/downloads
And the last but not the least: the programming guide which explains the software embedded inside the Flyport and how it works. More than 60 pages with explanations and examples.
Download the Programmer Guide: http://www.openpicus.com/site/get-started/downloads
openPICUS is Internet freedom for your things, control and communication for electronic devices. A standalone hardware and software platform for embedded applications to interact via web, email or messages with simple sensors or complex electronic equipment.
For more information, please visit www.openpicus.com
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