"Buttons For Arduino" Now Available on the Mac App Store!!!

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  1. dpk2019 macrumors newbie

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    Interact with your Arduino in a quick, native and intuitive way using Buttons for Arduino!

    === Features ===

    ✔ Turn on and off your Arduino outputs with ease using the circle buttons
    ✔ Finely adjust the PWM outputs using the rotary sliders
    ✔ Customize button colours
    ✔ Full-screen mode (supported on 10.7+)
    ✔ No coding necessary
    ✔ API available

    === Works great for ===

    :: Mood lighting – Have some LEDs connected to your Arduino for backlighting your computer desk, or similar? Easily control which LEDs are on and off to create a mixture of colours to suit your mood

    :: Quick testing – Experiment with different outputs and combinations for your project, without touching a single line of code

    :: Teaching students – Focus on the outputs and circuits without distractions. Demonstrate what happens when an output is on/off, and when the PWM changes from low to high

    :: Live demos – Effectively communicate your project’s output ideas and concepts with others

    :: And more! – Arduino projects are only limited by your imagination! Create the next best project, and use Buttons for Arduino to control it

    To use Buttons for Arduino with your Arduino, install the ButtonsApp library from Buttons For Arduino’s support website and upload the included example sketch to your Arduino.

    That’s it! Sit back, relax, and press some buttons!

    Get Buttons For Arduino on the Mac App Store here http://itunes.com/mac/buttonsforarduino

    Dont Forget Meters For Arduino
    http://itunes.com/mac/metersforarduino">http://itunes.com/mac/metersforarduino

    For more information, contact CVL Wireless at http://www.cvlwireless.com/main
     
  2. dpk2019 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Buttons for Arduino Mac OSX APP

    Thank you for your responses.....There are 3 more days to the Half-Price Sale on iTunes Mac App Store :)
     
  3. dpk2019 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    The New Mac OSX App, Buttons for Arduino is Half-Price this weekend!!

    Wonderful weekend to download this new and amazing Mac OSX App to integrate and test the Arduino! To make it even easier, the Half-Price sale is on for the weekend!!!
     
  4. Partron22 macrumors 68000

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    Oooh, Cool! I will use these.
    So when's the iPad/iPhone based Arduino program loader and sensor input logging App coming out? Or are Apple's barriers to hooking up 3rd party hardware devices too high for anyone to take the plunge with an Arduino?
     
  5. dpk2019 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Last Day of Half-Price Sale for the Mac OSX App "Buttons for Aduino"

    User response has been great and much better than expected :)

    Thank-you
     
  6. malio macrumors newbie

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    Arduino compatible now available at FRY Electronics!

    this as nothing to do with the button, but just to let arduino lovers i recently got a arduino compatible board at FRYS ELECTRONICS! They carry a line called OSEPP. The quality is good and its nice to see it before i purchased it. Can't wait for their other products to come out!

    http://www.osepp.com
     
  7. saberahul macrumors 68040

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    Not to disappoint you or anything but what exactly is the point of this? I do a lot of hardware building of robots and use the Arduino program for the Mac from www.arduino.cc (which is free). A simple input for the LED Pins will allow me to control the lights... just saying.
     
  8. dpk2019 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thanks for your feedback!

    We have found that several of newer robot builders, who don't have the experience that you do, appreciate having the apps like Buttons and Meters ready for them.

    Thanks for taking a look at them :)
     

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