March 8, 2006
Tutorial - Programming the Intel® Edison: Beyond the Arduino IDE
about 2 months ago
Thank you for the quick response.
This is a noob question but what is the difference between loading up the Intel XDK Intel Edison IoT and setting up Eclipse as described above? What are the Pros and Cons of each? I haven’t loaded either yet rather just doing some simple command line code. Is the Intel XDK buggy or incomplete? Thank you.
By the way these tutorials are great for someone getting started. The hardest thing is having all this energy and enthusiasm to start creating something great and then you get stuck right at the beginning with a problem not loading the right driver or such. These tutorials help you get through that and make it easier for all of us. So BIG thanks.
about 3 months ago
FYI the Schematic needs sheet 2 added to it. Only sheet 1 of the 2 sheets shows up when clicking on the link. Not to get picky on the spelling but Scematic should be Schematic. Thanks.
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about 4 months ago
We’re off to see the wizard, the wonderful wizard of Sparkfun, Nate!
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about 9 months ago
What happens when a Hershey’s Kiss and an ATMEL AMEGA328 mate? Sparkfun babies!!!
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about 10 months ago
Spock Hurry up it hurts! Mr Chekov please keep your emotions on hold while I wick this Ceti eel out of your ear with the flux!!!
about 2 years ago
Is the Serial/SPI FLASH, SST25VF010, directly accessible from the FPGA? Say I wanted to use an embedded processor, MicroBlaze, in the FPGA could I store the code in the Serial/SPI FLASH and the MicroBlaze get access to it?
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