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Topic: A really useful Arduino (Read 2 times) previous topic - next topic

Paulware

I started to use http://www.virtualbreadboard.com/ and its still a little slow/clunky and glitchy, but Its seems to support debugging/learning.  I recently added a ShiftOut procedure to their 595 java library.

skyjumper

Perhaps a shield that has stacking headers, a LED on each pin and a simple jumper or perhaps DIP switches to disconnect the LED from the pin it is on. That would be pretty easy and cheap to build. However, a better approach is a logic analyzer. It would cost more than a shield, but a logic analyzer is vastly more useful.

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