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#101 Jack Chidley

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Posted 09 April 2013 - 02:53 PM

Like Ulrik, I'm not sure that I will ever build a module (C# and using modules is a challenging enough for me) but anything that pushes forward module development is great.  My "help" will be trying things out and giving feedback.  Ultimately I expect that I'll be a buyer and consumer of this work.

 

However, I feel like some kind of genius because I have managed to get LD1 to blink on my stm8s-discovery board.  I am easily pleased.

 

Jack


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#102 Nevyn

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Posted 12 April 2013 - 10:58 AM

Mark, I see that you are quietly trying to solve the problem of the lack of information.  The community needs to know what you are doing.  See

 

http://blog.mark-ste...co.uk/?m=201304 folks!

 

I am going to buy a shift register and follow along...

For those who are interested, part 2 has just been published.  This post completes the breadboard prototype and connects the Netduino GO! to the breadboard.  Some basic software is written to control the STM8S module.

 

Edit: Also just published the schematic in Part 3.

 

Regards,

Mark


Edited by Nevyn, 12 April 2013 - 02:46 PM.

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#103 eplaksienko

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Posted 12 April 2013 - 02:07 PM

I am always convinced myself recall what I studied 20 years ago and start developing my own modules :D Will start from Sonic Range Finder :D






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