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3 entries tagged with #Bareboard

by Pat Rogers

Driving a 3D Lunar Lander Model with ARM and Ada

One of the interesting aspects of developing software for a bare-board target is that displaying complex application-created information typically requires more than the target board can handle. Although some boards do have amazing graphics capabilities, in some cases you need to have the application on the target interact with applications on the host. This can be due to the existence of special applications that run only (or already) on the host, in particular.

#Bareboard    #Embedded Development    #STM32    #Ada   

by Jérôme Lambourg

Porting the Ada Runtime to a new ARM board

A step by step tutorial to adapt the ARM runtime to new MCUs/boards.

#Bareboard    #ARM    #GNAT     #STM32    #Ravenscar   

by Raphaël Amiard

Make with Ada : From bits to music

I started out as an electronic musician, so one of my original motivations when I learnt programming was so that I could eventually *program* the sounds I wanted rather than just use already existing software to do it.

#Makers    #Ada    #Embedded Development