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Flowcode 8 Vlog 7: Programming chipKIT uC32 with PWM

BY DANIEL MORRISON | JUNE 11, 2018

This is the second in a series which shows how to use Flowcode to program commonly-found hardware. In our last blog post, we discussed using the PICkit3 with Flowcode 8 to target almost any PIC microcontroller. Today, we discuss targeting the chipKIT uC32. This is a PCB housing a PIC microcontroller, designed to mimic the...

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Flowcode 8 Vlog 6: PICkit 3 for PIC programming

BY DANIEL MORRISON | JUNE 6, 2018

At Matrix we develop both hardware and software solutions. In terms of software, there is of course Flowcode. Our hardware includes our popular E-blocks2 platform, which allows both students and enthusiasts to rapidly build prototype systems. But, while Flowcode works extremely well with our own E-blocks and E-blocks2, providing advanced debugging facilities, it is important...

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Flowcode 8 Vlog 5: Raspberry Pi

BY DANIEL MORRISON | JUNE 1, 2018

Historically, the hardware side of Flowcode has only targeted microcontrollers such as PIC, AVR (including Arduino) and ARM. Flowcode 8 now targets the hugely popular Raspberry Pi. Moreover, the Raspberry Pi is programmed over SSH, meaning that you don’t even need to plug it into the PC that is using Flowcode. The Raspberry Pi could...

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Flowcode 8 Vlog 4: C code conversion

BY LIAM WALTON | MAY 29, 2018

An interesting and useful new feature within Flowcode 8 is that users can now convert most C code to graphical flowchart icons. Flowcode has always allowed users to turn flowcharts into C code, but the opposite has not been possible. Flowcode 8 changes this, and also allows users to not only switch between the four...

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Flowcode 8 Vlog 3: Pseudocode

BY LIAM WALTON | MAY 24, 2018

Flowcode 8 offers lots of variety when it comes to programming. In a previous post and video, we showed the new Blocks mode, which allows users to program in a new graphical way, distinct from flowcharts. But what about users who wish to code using a text-based method, but might find the quirks of the...

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