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In our latest update to AnyCloud (1.3) in ModusToolbox, we have added the 202011.00 version of Amazon’s AWS IoT Device SDK for Embedded C with updated implementations of the HTTP Client and MQTT protocols, adding Q0S2 support, which guarantees that a message is delivered one time and one time only. The AnyCloud OTA library also now supports the
ModusToolbox 2.2.1 release is now available. In this optional patch release that installs on top of ModusToolbox 2.2, we have improved the production software with:
- New Secure Policy Configurator tool to open, create, change policy configuration files for the Secure MCU devices.
- Updated Device Configurator with a search
The ModusToolbox Software Environment is rapidly establishing itself as the most adaptable development system for the IoT. ModusToolbox provides enablement to make ecosystem and cloud management easier for developers. We partner with widely popular
The Tools package for the ModusToolbox 2.2 Software Environment is released and available on all three host platforms now:
Back in January we announced Wi-Fi Support added to PSoC 6 SDK. People really enjoyed using that first set of libraries. Today, we are expanding the available features and releasing a whole new Wi-Fi solution – AnyCloud. For release 1.0, AnyCloud adds several
If you have been following along with my TFT blogs you may have tried to use the debugger to figure out what was causing the crescent shapes bug. But, because I added FreeRTOS to the project, you’d have seen these warnings when
Did you find my bug? Make these changes to your program and it’s really obvious. First change the background color to GUI_BLACK in the GUI_Init_Task() function (as I suggested in
As promised, I am going to add FreeRTOS to the bouncing ball application. Why? So I can explain how to do it and create multiple bouncy ball tasks! Also, I get to leave you guys with a teaser question for next time!
Start by opening the Library Manager and adding both the freertos and abstraction-rtos libraries, as shown. You need the
I don’t know about you, but I quickly got bored of always starting the ball in the same place. I’ve added some code to make that position random. The PSoC 6 device has an on-board true random number generator but, I’ll be honest
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