Sunday, November 29, 2015

Advanced Delphi RTTI and accessing it with the free Mitov.TypeInfo in the Blaise Pascal Magazine

The second Mitov.Runtime - article is now available in the "Blaise Pascal Magazine" . This one covers the advanced Delphi RTTI and how to easily access and use it with the Mitov.TypeInfo .

In the following issues, I will cover even more aspects of attribute based development using the RTTI, and how you can reduce your code, and speed up your development significantly.


#Delphi #10Seattle

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

And even more toys for Visuino :-)

And a motor shield and some Maxim chips waiting for Visuino support :-)

The DAC from yesterday is already supported in Visuino :-)

#Visuino #Arduino

Monday, November 23, 2015

Friday, November 13, 2015

I have created a Mitov Software G+ community

I have just created a Mitov Software G+ community:

If you are using the LabPacks, one of the free libraries from Mitov Software, OpenWire Studio or one of the open source projects supported by me, please join us there for a good time :-)

My first Instructable is now done :-)

Just made my first Instructable: Arduino: Controlling Servo with PS2 controller (Program with Visuino)

Here is the video of the working project:

Check it out, and if you like it please vote for it :-)

#Arduino #Visuino

Sunday, November 08, 2015

Day 2 of showing Visuino at the "Barnes and Noble" Maker Faire

And day 3 of the "Barnes and Noble" Maker Faire, and second day of showing Visuino:

Setting up the Visuino and Arduino:

 Me adding a servo control to the Arduino demo:

Mike Outmesguine talking with kid about the new Conejo Valley Makerspace taht he is organizing:

And me describing Visuino :-) . I did a project whit flashing NeoPixels, where the color was partially controlled with the X and Y of one of the PS2 controller sticks (Red with X, Green with Y and Blue from sine generator), and I also added a Servo today, also controlled by the PS2 controller. I even added an option to switch between controlling the servo, and colors with the PS2 controller or with generators . To switch I used the select button on the PS2 controller. Also added packet communication for the X,Y position of the right PS2 controller stick and one of the Sine generators. All the in few minutes there :-) . I will see to post the project in the G+ Community :

Looking at all the cool stuff Mike, and Dan brought:

Dan DeMaggio, Mike Outmesguine, and me:

And me looking at some more cools stuff they were showing:

 At the evening a book signing by Mark Hatch, the CEO of TechShop, the author of "The Maker Movement Manifesto", and a real Makers Movement entusiast:

 And a picture of me and Mark Hatch:

#Arduino #Visuino

Saturday, November 07, 2015

Visuino at the "Barnes and Noble" Maker Faire

Today I presented the Visuino at the "Barnes and Noble" Maker Faire:

Here are some pictures from the event:

I will be presenting there tomorrow again, and will post some more...

#Visuino #Arduino

Monday, November 02, 2015

Sunday, November 01, 2015

The Open Source OpenWire project has been updated to official 10 Seattle support

I have updated the OpenWire project to support 10 Seattle:

 OpenWire in Delphi 10 Seattle

OpenWire allows components to be connected together and allows them to exchange data and events, enabling code-less programming in Delphi and C++ Builder .

The OpenWire Sourceforge repository has also been updated with the latest version:

Enjoy :-)

#OpenWire #Delphi #10Seattle