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rsfoto

Hi,

How many here are using MegunoLink for creating User Interface Panel for your Arduino Hardware developments as well as distribute it ?

Thanks and regards Rainer

rsfoto

Hi,

Nobody ? I am just asking in order to know if we can help each other in developing User Interfaces with this Software.

I know manu ise VB, C#, etc. but for me those langiages are liked a closed book to me.

I have nothing to do with the Company. I am a user as anybody else here  :D

Yesterday I fiddled for around one or two hours and finally managed to getit going. I set up a voltage divider and wanted to read the outcoming voltage. As said it took some while but finally I got it going.

Hope we can start a bit of interaction here as the MegunoLink Software seems to be easy for non programmers as I found out yesterday.

Later in the afternoon I will post my sketch and some screenshots.

regards Rainer

ieee488

Interesting software, but since I know other programming languages, I am not that keen on learning a new one.
Good to know it is available.

larryd

I have and use MegunoLink, every now and then.

As far as using it for a 'User Interface Panel', all my projects are stand alone.

I don't have a need to use the software as a User Interface Panel per se.


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No technical PMs.
The last thing you did is where you should start looking.

rsfoto

I understand.

What do you mean by stand alone ?

regards Rainer

CrossRoads

Standalone, as in not connected to a PC to run, generally.
Designing & building electrical circuits for over 25 years.  Screw Shield for Mega/Due/Uno,  Bobuino with ATMega1284P, & other '328P & '1284P creations & offerings at  my website.

larryd

Example:
I have made several clocks using a Pro Mini an RTC and neopixels.

They function by themselves and do not need to be connected to a PC to function.


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No technical PMs.
The last thing you did is where you should start looking.

rsfoto

Example:
I have made several clocks using a Pro Mini an RTC and neopixels.

They function by themselves and do not need to be connected to a PC to function.


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Thank you. So you just plug in an external power supply and the Arduino starts to work and somewhere, I guess a LED display gives me the info.

In my case I have to options. No display at all just by blinking LED I am signalizing what my hardware is doing and this when I connect it o a battery (that would be a stand alone) and if I plug in a USB cable then I want to have a User Interface where the User can interact with my hardware.

regards Rainer

Griiker

Im trying it now for a project and having difficulty with it.  it works, but somehow i am getting an "Unknown command" error.  I am told the code is fine, but it just isn't sending or working with  an integer from a number selector box.

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