whats happened in the last 12 months and imagine what will arrive in the next 12,
A quote from P18F4550 on another thread (referring to the new powerful boards being released all the time)Quotewhats happened in the last 12 months and imagine what will arrive in the next 12,Maybe it's just my inner grumpy old man but I'm a bit sick of this ARMs race to add as much as possible to a postage stamp sized PCB. I'd like some stability so there's time for a stable ecosystem to grow even if the latest and greatest features aren't included...hmm just like the Arduino in fact.We have been saying that the Due has missed the boat but I think it's saving grace may be that it will not try to join the ARMs race but be a relatively simple board with grunt and a turn-key environment. I'm assuming this of course.Hopefully all will be revealed tomorrow at the NYMF.______Rob
I havn't even got into v1 of the ide yet, I am waiting for someone to do a version of Gavin Smiths wonderful " arduino cheat sheet" for the changes that are needed for v1.
( or whatever the damn things are called ! )
Quote( or whatever the damn things are called ! )I can never spell it either, thank goodness there aren't many around these days and we can say "Uno" FWIW I just realised an easy way to remember itDue-milan-oveDue, as in the new boardmilan as in the townove as in...um ove______Rob
At most there may be 1 or 2 very minor tweaks necessary
QuoteAt most there may be 1 or 2 very minor tweaks necessary Is there a post that actually describes what we need to know to move on to v1 ? I only get the odd 20 minutes now and again for learning, and I tend to try and get my mind around tasks using IDE22 for now.I havn't even had a chance to see what the difference is with uno, ( although I can remember the name ), as long as I can write stuff for a plug-in chip I am happy for now, though perhaps the Arduino world is passing me by while I learn the basics ........
Point is mobile devices fuel the growth eg samsung galaxy apple iphone etc.