Bazecor is the graphical configurator for the Dygma Raise. While still heavily under development, it's at a stage where it is already usable.
The primary purpose of the application is to allow one to configure their keyboard without having to compile or flash firmware, by storing the configuration on the keyboard itself, in EEPROM. There are no external tools required, just Bazecor itself.
- Layout editor to edit the keymap on-the-fly, with the ability to copy one layer to another, and to set a default one.
- Macro editor to create and manage macros for the keyboard, it also allows you to backup a single macro or all of them, so you can share them with more Raise users or just back them up.
- Colormap editor to edit the per-key and underglow LED colormap.
- Firmware upgrade to upload new versions of the firmware that ships with the application.
Supported operating systems
Bazecor is supported on all three major operating systems, we test our releases on Windows 10, MacOS, and Ubuntu LTS.
The protocol Bazecor uses to communicate with the keyboard requires USB serial support, which is known to be problematic on Windows prior to Windows 10.
Bazecor is beta quality software. There will be bugs, missing features and non-obvious things. Reporting any and all of these help us make the software better, please feel free to open issues liberally!
To launch the development environment, simply type
yarn && yarn start. To do a
production build, use
yarn run build:all, or limit it to a particular OS:
yarn run build:linux,
yarn run build:mac or
yarn run build:win. See the
scripts section of
package.json for more scripts.
To get more information about our efforts, how Bazecor communicates with the Raise and the latest development news, please check the links below