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New Supported Hardware Wiki page

Postby Ultibo » Sat May 13, 2017 3:31 am

With progress on Ultibo core moving so quickly it can sometimes be difficult to keep up with what is and is not supported, for example did you know we have drivers available for a range of real time clock (RTC) chips or that communicating with almost any Arduino model over USB to serial is quick and simple using one of the already included drivers.

It can even be hard to absorb all of the new features that have been added in the past year, want to do DMA accelerated image transfers from memory to the screen (or vice-versa), it's already done and ready to use in the graphics console unit.

To make it easier to keep track of supported features and hardware and what is coming in future we've added a new Supported Hardware page to the Wiki and done a makeover of the Current Status page. Both pages are listed on the Wiki main page but you can access them directly using the links below:

Current Status - The status of support for features and functionality as at the current version.
Supported Hardware - Detailed information on what hardware is currently supported and ready to use.

We'll keep updating these after each release to reflect any changes so make sure you bookmark them and check back regularly.
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Re: New Supported Hardware Wiki page

Postby Gavinmc42 » Sat May 13, 2017 5:44 am

Yippee, a lot of green in the status page, you must be feeling like you're in the home straight.

Keeping track was getting hard. Bookmarking them :D
Google must think I like googling myself 3-6-12 months later.

Now all you need to do is make links to example code for every single feature :lol:

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