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bubulindo

True... does it run on the iPad? No... does anything similar did? No... so this is as good as it'll get I think.

And to be honest, making an IDE that can't be used to program the chip itself is a waste of time. This is just a text editor with syntax highlighting.
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SouthernAtHeart


You can't compile...

But now you can write code.

http://gizmodo.com/5814628/koder-for-ipad-nerds-rejoice-you-can-code-on-your-ipad


...I don't guess there's any thing online that would let you compile your code (or verify it). 



robtillaart

As said in #7 you could setup a webserver with a compiler relative easily.

This server should have the ability to upload libraries of course - or keep them up to date continuously - ...

That said you could install teamviewer on a PC and on your ipad ... It allows remote access and upload etc. OK it is not on the Ipad, so if internet fails => X.

Teamviewer - http://www.teamviewer.com/en/index.aspx -
ipad: - http://www.teamviewer.com/en/download/mobile.aspx
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Mori

The smartdevice SmartQ V7 runs windows CE, Android, and a modded Ubuntu (For use with touch screens). it also has a USB port. Ubuntu will upload arduino sketches.

All those people like Apple and Samsung are only out there for money, find manufactures that are out there for the people.
and yes smartdevices is from China but where do you think all the iPads are made...China.

(This is an add on to one of my earlier posts.)
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SmartQ V7 runs windows CE, Android, and a modded Ubuntu

Link?
Android sounds interesting?

@mattcf
Do you have one / experiences ?

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Mori

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I have seen one before and used it for a few min, Will be ordering one soon there cool.  It is said you need a little computer experience to get all the features working all the way though.
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robtillaart

Is it comparable in size with an IPAD?
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Mori

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Jul 21, 2011, 07:52 pm Last Edit: Jul 21, 2011, 07:54 pm by mattcf Reason: 1
7in Resistive touch screen and can be conected to a TV with an included HDMI port.
When conected to TV it is HD. (Thats what the website says here is a link. http://en.smartdevices.com.cn/Products/V7/200912/04-40.html)
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westfw

Unfortunately, the idea is not simply to have a tablet that can talk to arduino. The idea is to have a system/environment LIKE the iPad, including all the benefits of "Big Brother Apple", that also talks to arduino.

Mori

Android
Ubuntu
Windows CE6
I think that has all the features you are talking about not to mention you can put on any ARM arc OS.

Ubuntu One and Google = Mobile me (but cheeper)
Android Store and Ubuntu Software Center = App Store
(Ubuntu and Windows CE) flash = "Ahh what's flash" (At least thats what I think they say.)
the list goes on.

The iPad, well any device that runs the iOS is really limited.
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westfw

Which is rather like saying that a USB Bitwhacker (for example) has capabilities just like an arduino.  Theoretically true, but missing the point.  You could put an arduino IDE on every other tablet out there, and as long as apple is selling iPads, there will be discussion on how to put arduino there too.

jfm429

Just wanted to bring up this topic again because Redpark now has an iOS-Serial cable (that's been approved by Apple!) and you can get a kit from MakerSHED that has the cable and a kit to interface with the Arduino. The question is whether an IDE could be written for it. I think it would be possible, but whether Apple would accept it isn't clear.

neurascenic

One Step Closer???

Serial Adapter, and they are have code for the serial protocol on the iOS.

http://redpark.com/news.html

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colinj

I'm giving this a bump to see if anything has changed and to put forth a suggestion.

Would it be workable to create a web service that would compile arduino code and returned the binary for download to the arduino. Then all you would need to create would be a tablet based app that allowed you to edit code and then download the code to the arduino.

I'm new to working with arduino devices so bear with me if I'm getting some of the nomenclature wrong. The whole process might look something like this


  • Edit code on iPad/Android/etc. native app

  • App sends code to web service for compiling

  • App gets binary back from web service

  • App downloads binary to Arduino device

  • Profit



Could something like that work?

The other option would be to re-write the Arduino compiler in Objective-C and then see if Apple would accept it for the App store.

WizenedEE


App downloads binary to Arduino device
Could something like that work?


No.

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