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Inside ModusToolbox™ 2.3: Improved user experience and extended support to make your life easier and more efficient
ModusToolbox™ is an intuitive and easy-to-use software and tools that provides software developers with an immersive, secure, and comprehensive experience to build embedded and IoT products. It offers a modern software development approach based on an open source system with pre-built tools and seamless integration into third party applications
We just made PSoC Creator 4.3 BETA available on cypress.com. With this release, PSoC Creator provides pre-production support for the PSoC 4500 devices. The new PSoC 4500 family contains two programmable analog sub-system (PASS) blocks for a very analog-rich chipset sporting two independent SAR ADCs and up to five Opamp/Comparator blocks.
Arm announced a release of Mbed OS today - version 5.14 - and also announced that "engineering focus has shifted from feature development toward feature refinement and optimizations that will improve your developer experience". I think that's a key step in
It is time to take the final step in our week-long Bluetooth Low Energy adverture. Hopefully you have a working peripheral already. You should be able to send messages from your phone and have it send messages to you. OK, it's just a find me application and battery monitor right now, but those two things tell you a lot of what you need to know
If you followed along with yesterday's blog, you should have a working Bluetooth Low Energy peripheral today. You should be able to send commands from your phone to the peripheral with wild abandon.
Did you get your kit to connect? Could you connect and reconnect? Was it cool? Are you ready to make your device actually DO SOMETHING? Good idea - let's go!
Well, hang on a second, before we add a FindMe profile to the device I have one final thought on connections... if you ever find that you cannot connect from CySmart until you reset
Today, I am going to start the Bluetooth Low Energy part of this series of blogs. To do that I am going to configure my GATT database, include the Bluetooth Low Energy libraries, then launch the stack and start advertising so I can connect to the kit from my phone. If that sounds daunting... it's really not. The ModusToolbox software and tools
I recently got volunteered to take some internal engineers through the process of creating a Bluetooth LE peripheral using ModusToolbox. I figured I should share the learning with you because it's been a while since I wrote about making PSoC do interesting things. Who knows, maybe I'll make another robot dog one day? Preferably one that does
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