madshobye devised this graphical debugging console for Arduino while serving as an artist in residence at Instructables. He wanted a graphical means of visualizing what was occurring in an Arduino program. “It can be a tricky task to debug and visualize realtime data on the Arduino board. You are usually stuck with the standard serial […]
Pretty user interfaces with a PIC 32: As the demand for Graphical Embedded Applications becomes more popular, so does the need for developing cost effective solutions. Many companies today offer solutions involving an additional internal or external graphics controller as part of a system, which may result in higher costs and more complicated designs. In […]
Nathan Zimmerman has developed this PC GUI evaluation tool for the MSP430. Coded in VC++, the GUI allows control of all the peripherals on a MSP430 controller. He’s currently testing it using the MSP430G2553. This GUI would be very handy to have from a hardware/software test debug standpoint. For example, say I wanted to test […]
Vincent wrote a guide to compiling the open source cross platform GUI for the Bus Pirate. There’s also a new Windows binary for the project that doesn’t require installation, you can download it here. Via the forum. Get your own handy Bus Pirate for $30, including world-wide shipping. Also available from our friendly distributors..
Vincent is coding a Bus Pirate GUI with Qt. Being cross platform it should run fine under Windows, Linux, and Mac. So far it is a modified console with firmware update support. A code repository is available. Via the forum. Get your own handy Bus Pirate for $30, including world-wide shipping. Also available from our friendly distributors.
Yet another GUI for the Bus Pirate: Here is a little gui I’m writing for my Bus Pirate and as an exercise in Qt. It is far from finish but I thought some of you might find it useful. At the moment, It’s nothing more than a modified console with support for the firmware upgrade […]
We previously covered the Pirateship GUI for the Bus Pirate . It looks like a Linux version is available now. Thanks for the tip Ronan! The Bus Pirate is available at Seeed Studio and Adafruit Industries.
Ronan writes about a new Bus Pirate GUI he’s working on: Hi. I’m reading about your “One Bus Pirate programs another” idea. Curiously enough, I had a pretty close idea to that. Instead of just programming another PIC, I wrote a frontend to Bus Pirate’s basic commands. Right now, I’m working on implementing a plugin […]
Sean Nelson has a design preview of a GUI frontend for the open source Flashrom utility. Carl-Daniel Hailfinger recently added support for the Bus Pirate to Flashrom, we covered it here.
You can grab a MAC OSX or Windows preview of audiohacked’s Bus Pirate GUI. The GUI has a lot of frequently requested features, like programming 1-Wire, I2C and SPI EEPROMs from a file. It’s also an easy way to activate the power supplies and manufacturing self-test modes. Browse the latest source in the SVN.
audiohacked wrote a cross-platform ROM programmer GUI for the Bus Pirate after seeing James’ Windows EEPROM programmer in C. Check out the development here, here, and here.