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Nutshell: Netduino Go Touch Display visual designer

Posted on Sunday, July 15th, 2012 in Development by the machinegeek


[nwazet has developed Nutshell, a visual screen designer for their Netduino Go Touch Display module. It’s purpose is to make the design of Netduino display module UI’s easier and more intuitive than coding it up line by line. You can use Nutshell without installing anything since the tool runs JavaScript in your web browser. Just copy/paste the resulting code in Visual Studio when you’re done!

The visual design tool for building UI’s is open source, with the source code available on [nwazet’s GitHub page. The Touch Display’s module schematic and firmware can be found here.

Visit Coding4Fun for more information and video tutorials on using Nutshell.

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