by Aleksandar Nikolić | December 23, 2013
The best thing that happened to BeagleBone since... ever!
Click boards are a huge success. With over 70 click boards currently available, 20 more in the making, we've covered every major aspect of your development. More and more open-source communities are adopting mikroBUS standard as the best solution for adding new features to their design. Today we are happy to bring click boards to a wildly popular and fast growing community of BeagleBone. For those who are still not familiar with it, BeagleBone and is a credit-card-sized Linux computer that connects to the Internet and runs software such as Android 4.0 and Ubuntu. It's equipped with plenty of I/O and processing power for real-time analysis provided by TI OMAP application processors. BeagleBone can be complemented with cape plug-in boards to augment functionality.
Our distributor Tigal developed a unique cape featuring 4 mikroBUS sockets. It has a DIP switch used to select up to four addresses and allow simultaneous use of other Capes. The BeagleBone mikroBUS Cape works only with Click boards that require 3.3V power, but that's over 70% of all Clicks, so don't worry. For complete specification, pinout and examples, please visit mikroBUS cape Wiki Page. Cape costs $18.00 and can be purchsed at Tigal's online store.
Great work guys! Thumbs up for the Tigal team!
by Srdjan Misic | November 27, 2014
Black Friday sales are kicking off earlier and earlier with each passing year. Americans will be rushing to stores with fingers still sticky from turkey fat; online shoppers will leave a lot of grease smudges on computer mice, smartphone and tablet screens. And who are we to get in the way of that fine tradition?[more info]
by Srdjan Misic | November 26, 2014
Vendors make new chips then we rush to support them in our compiler — it's an ARM's race. Our software department looked like a war room in these past few days, everyone in haste to get everything in order for the D-Day. And here it is, mikroC, mikroBasic and mikroPascal for ARM version 4.5.0 is out, adding support for 151 new MCUs (for a total of 759)[more info]
by Srdjan Misic | November 25, 2014
There’s a thing or two going on in MikroE these days. For one we’re expecting our hundredth click board any day now. And there are some cool releases and announcements to be made. To give you a hint, it has something to do with this fellow (fluttering its wings on an OLED C click):[more info]
by Srdjan Misic | November 24, 2014more info]
by Srdjan Misic | November 21, 2014
IR eclipse click, our 99th click board carries EE-SX198, a photo interrupter sensor.[more info]
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