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Platform wishlist #24

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jonnor opened this Issue Jan 3, 2014 · 16 comments

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jonnor commented Jan 3, 2014

Write here if you want to have another platform supported by MicroFlo, or if you are working on adding support.

The targets that are already working: Arduino
AVR8 support is in progress (see issue #5)

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jonnor commented Jan 4, 2014

Embedded Linux is wanted, see issue #28

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jonnor commented Jan 26, 2014

Diligent ChipKIT, based on MicroChip PIC32 has been requested

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jonnor commented Feb 3, 2014

Mbed (http://mbed.org) is another target we want

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jonnor commented Feb 21, 2014

Mbed now has basic support.
Have received requests (and hardware) for TI Launchpad MSP430 and Tiva-C (ARM Cortex-M4F)

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jonnor commented Mar 31, 2014

Tiva-C has basic support in git, was deployed in http://bergie.iki.fi/blog/ingress-table/

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jonnor commented May 7, 2014

Spark Core is a WiFi enabled ARM Cortex M3 that would be nice to support. Would also benefit from #38

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jonnor commented May 7, 2014

Teensy 3.0/3.1 is a small & very cheap (20 USD) Cortex-M4 with Arduino compatibility

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jonnor commented Jun 7, 2014

Added some documentation on how to enable new platforms at https://github.com/jonnor/microflo/blob/master/doc/bringup.md

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jonnor commented Jun 8, 2014

Cypress PSoc 4 is an interesting ARM Cortex-M0 device with configurable analog pipelines. Devkits start at 5 USD.

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jonnor commented Jun 8, 2014

Supporting one of the ST Nucleo/Discovery boards with Cortex M3 would also be nice. Cost around 10-15 USD.

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bergie commented Mar 17, 2017

https://xdk.bosch-connectivity.com/ is a nice device with tons of sensors

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uwekamper commented Apr 6, 2017

ESP32, very similar to the ESP8266 but can do proper TLS to speak with servers on the Internet.

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jonnor commented Jul 11, 2017

ESP8266 basics (no WiFi integration) works now with the standard Arduino backend for MicroFlo. For getting started see https://github.com/microflo/microflo-example-arduino

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jonnor commented Jul 11, 2017

The Arduino backend has also been tested successfully with TI Tiva-C. So probably this can be used for most devices which have an "Arduino core"

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