We’ve been busy upgrading…pretty much everything.
The armstrap.org site is composed of two sections: a blog section and a community section. Both sections have been upgraded and are now insanely fast and much more scalable.
The blog section used to be an Amazon EC2 Linux VM with 512MB of RAM hosting...
“I came over to ARMstrap from Arduino because I was growing increasingly frustrated with the IDE and toolchain. Don’t get me wrong, I love Arduino and how it’s enabling beginners to really get their hands dirty in electronics and programming without needing to know the ins and outs of using a compiler or...
There’s just one problem. These tiny all-in-one mini computers were never designed to be deployed in an end-product.
Quarter by quarter, news outlets are reporting that PC sales are either flat or plummeting. HP just announced another layoff in an on-going effort to restructure and reinvent themselves. Dell went as far as to convert themselves to a private company. Since we are not in an economic depression, all of these articles hint at one fundamental...
I think that for any open-hardware community to thrive, that community has to have insanely-great documentation. Great documentation is not just in the form of web pages on a screen, but also PDF and ePub documentation that you can take on-the-go. Documentation teaches others how to use your product and learning and discovery is a big part of ARMstrap.
Remixability is one of ARMstrap’s core values. A remixable project is a project that can easily be changed and re-purposed to suit different needs.
Examples of remixable projects:
- ARMstrap Eagle
- Arduino Uno
- Adafruit Trinket
Click here to read about ARMstrap remixability.
Thank you to Adafruit for having ARMstrap on their Show and Tell. Click on the thumbnail below to see our cameo. Adafruit has their Show and Tell every Saturday at 9:30PM EST.
What do you think about the presentation? Do you have any questions? Click here to join our community.
Compatible with Apple Mac OSX, Ubuntu Linux, and Microsoft Windows
By integrating the JTAG board with the ARMstrap OX, Linux, Mac and Windows users can flash and debug their ARM project without the need of an external JTAG adapter. The ARMstrap OX enumerates as a serial device, freeing the user from needing to install an...
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