Version 24 of the library has gone live. Highlights are:
- CAN additions
- I2C Slave class
- I2C, Ethernet bugfixes
Dan Dearing of the UK's Electronics Knowledge Transfer Network (E-KTN), will be running a one day mbed workshop at the ARM headquarters in Cambridge, UK.
We've put a new version of the library live (version 23). The highlights are:
- CAN fixes
- Serial transmit interrupt added
- I2C low level routines added
I made a video with Donatien yesterday to demonstrate some of the new work he has been doing on our HTTP stack, and to show how mbed can help prototype the "Internet of Things". Here is what we came up with...
To keep up with demand, it is necessary to schedule some mbed downtime tomorrow morning (UK time).
We hope for the downtime to last no more than an hour.
We've just put live the new mbed Cookbook, a fully-integrated wiki that provides a community repository for building blocks and tutorials to help get prototypes up and running even faster. Here are the details...
Alistair and Jamie at Farnell's element-14 community site have confirmed some information about a free "Hello World!" introductory webinar they are doing for mbed this Friday. Here are the details...
Version 22 of the library is now live. Highlights are:
- I2C repeated start
- SPI half-duplex and slave classes
- Serial half-duplex class
- Ethernet link setting
Inspired by a request at ESC, here is a 60 second introduction to the mbed Compiler...
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