Posts Tagged ‘library’

DP Eagle part library cleanup and naming standards

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

We decided to clean up our Eagle part library and start using a new part naming scheme. The old library was getting confusing to work with, here's our new part naming conventions: general naming style [category]_[function]_[partnumber] if function is unavailabel the folowing will be used [category]_[partnumber] Capacitors, Resistors, and diodes...

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Cadsoft Eagle review by a new user

Friday, January 27th, 2012

Pete decided to try out Cadsoft Eagle and write about his experience. The first impression wasn't the best. I finally decided to download and learn to use the industry-standard PCB and schematic layout software: Eagle. I've tried a bunch of others, and quite frankly, got tired of always using "also...

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SSD1308 OLED interface AVR library for Arduino/Teensy

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

Our forum regular Marcus posted a SSD1308 OLED interface library and pin connections to get you started with your Arduino/Teensy OLED projects. The display is a 0.96'' 128 x 64 dot matrix that can be interfaced though both I2C or SPI interfaces, the library Marcus provides is SPI only and...

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Lib(X)SVF: A library for implementing SVF and XSVF JTAG players

Wednesday, April 20th, 2011

libxsvf is an open source library for 'playing' SVF and XSVF JTAG programming files. It supports a number of programmers, including the Bus Blaster v1 and v2.

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#twatch PHP library

Saturday, December 5th, 2009 Joost De Cock created a PHP control library for the #twatch. This video gives an overview of the features. Thanks Joost! Edit: Philippe Alexandre has an updated #twatch Perl control library as well. The #twatch Twitter scrolling, ethernet LCD backpack is currently in stock at Seeed Studio for $30,...

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