Here’s more of “What’s cooking at SEGGER”. We were looking for a quick and easy way to demonstrate an integration of SEGGER’s software libraries, embOS, emNet, emSSL, emMQTT and the IoT Toolkit, with IoT cloud services, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS). Having the idea, the software, the hardware, and the expertise, all we needed […]
Posts from May 2019
Using AppWizard to create interesting buttons
In my previous post, I described how to make a nice knob / dial using the SEGGER AppWizard. This time it’s all about creating some cool buttons. The AppWizard Button Widget The AppWizard, SEGGER’s new, still-under-development GUI builder tool, offers a variety of widgets. One of the is the Button widget. It allows adding a […]
Turning an FPGA into a powerful microcontroller. No external memory required.
FPGAs can do things that CPUs cannot do as quickly, or as efficiently, or simply cannot do at all. The bottleneck on rapidly expanding market usage for a powerful FPGA, with hard CPU cores, is that almost all applications use Linux. This requires a lot of memory, most of all RAM, and insufficient built-in RAM […]
Creating a cool knob using the SEGGER AppWizard
This article documents the process of creating a decent-looking knob for an embedded GUI, using the new SEGGER AppWizard, which – at the time of this writing – is still under construction. I describe the hunt for suitable graphics, the tools I used to adapt them to meet my needs, and how I ended up with […]