|Initial release||3rd September 2013|
|Operating system||Windows XP|
|Platform||IA-32 and x86-64|
|Available in||Over 20 languages|
|Type||Advanced graphical programming software|
|Please note that this is not the latest version of the Flowcode wiki, for Flowcode 7 please visit the new version of the wiki.|
Detailed glossary style overview of the aspects of the Flowcode 6 environment broken down into relevant sections to aid in finding the knowledge you require to use Flowcode effectively.
Information on some of the more common uses for Flowcode v6 and how to go about getting up and running.
Complex methods, techniques and functionality used in Flowcode explained in a robust and practical manner, with reference to conventions used outside of Flowcode as well as information linking to functionality directly integrated within Flowcode.
A free introductory course on Microcontrollers using Flowcode plus an additional list of exercises to further improve your skills in the Flowcode 6 environment. Advanced users can start at the exercises to familiarize themselves with the new interface, features and functionality.
List of components which provide detailed information about individual components as well as examples of them in use. The information provided includes component and simulation macro references as well as property references and component functionality.
A list of technology applications and demonstrations using Flowcode V6 and E-blocks. They are suitable for engineers who need to rapidly develop electronic systems and demonstrate how applications can be quickly implemented using Flowcode components. The technology samples include CAN, GSM, RFID, Bluetooth, GPS and Internet protocols. These examples are teaching aids in themselves and ideal for getting started with the Matrix TSL E-blocks Bundles, which are E-blocks based packs designed with 'technology transfer' in mind.
Structured overview of the library of Simulation Event macros and Simulation Functions. The information provided includes simulation macro references as well as event triggers and functionality.
Flowcode typically uses the mLoader programming tool to transfer compiled programs to the target device being used. More information about this utility can be found in this section.