Saturday, February 14, 2015

Announcing: Visual development tool for Arduino!

Happy 20th Delphi anniversary everyone! :-).

20 years ago today, Delphi 1 was announced - visual development tool for Windows.

To celebrate it today, we announce visual development tool for Arduino written ... in what else than Delphi :-) :



The product allows you to program Arduino visually in seconds, without writing any code.

If you are interested in becoming early Beta tester, please contact me at mitov@mitov.com .

Cheers everyone,
  Boian Mitov

7 comments:

Bill Allardyce said...

how do I become a beta tester for visual arduino?

Bill Allardyce said...

how do I become a beta tester for visual arduino?

PaulStoffregen said...

Looks really interesting.

You should be cautious how you use the name "Arduino". It's a registered trademark, which can later cause trouble if used in a way that causes people to believe your stuff actually comes from Arduino.

AntonioVelasquez said...

It would be really productive to try it
with Teensy. Do You agree Mr Stoffregen, Mr Mitov?
I have both Labpacks and Teensy at our audio measurements lab and both Rocks!!!

mr Blowfelt said...

Bloody hell 20 years old I remember using Delphi at Subsea offshore and that was before they became Subsea 7 lol, great language.

mr Blowfelt said...

Bloody hell 20 years old I remember using Delphi at Subsea offshore and that was before they became Subsea 7 lol, great language.

Boian Mitov said...

Thank you!
I am sorry, I have missed to reply to the posts.
You can download it by joining the Google+ Beta testers community:
https://plus.google.com/communities/116125623808250792822