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Thank you Fred, great lecture! as always

No, questions, Good class, will answer the questionaire, back in two weeks.

Iron

I do a little JAVA programming.

Iron

Yes, I would consider using MRF24WB0MA in a future WiFi project.

Iron

Yes, Harmony and PIC32 will be part of a future project.

Iron

I am late, running class from archive

Iron

Thanks, Fred, DN, and Digi-Key.

Iron

Java has nothing to do with JavaScript, except that the Java Runtime has an embedded JavaScript interpreter (Java 8 has "Nashorn"). Really nothing to do with each other.

Iron

Thanks Fred for your great week of programs. Goodday everyone.

 

Blogger

Who's going to turn out the lights?

Blogger

Thanks to all involved including attendees.  Everybody is very helpful.

Iron

Thank you Again Fred, Rob and Digi-key continuation education center. Have a great weekend everyone.

Iron

@Rob Spiegel, A series on CAN would be good, but I suspect it would just be an extension of this course with one more lecture.

I would like a click by click demo of the software to run Cypress PSoC Creator.  Not just what it does, but a click by click demo of how to do a simple application but using some of the fabric of the FPGA.

Platinum

I'm impressed with the tools from Microchip that enabled the Embedded WiFi Web server.  Doing a project without them would be withering.  This class and the others this week exposed me to tools that I may have overlooked in searching the Microchip web site.


Thanks again to Fred, Rob, Design News, and Digi-Key.

Are there any more questions?

 

Blogger

@everyone

Be sure to let Rob know what you would like to see as a lecture series in the future.

You, the attendees, made this PIC lecture series happen.

Blogger

Thank you Fred, Great lectures and great class. Have a great weekend.

Iron

@Fred

Thanks for sharing you understanding of Harmony.

Don't be a stranger and come back real soon!  ;-)

Iron

@Zwilrich, Thank you

Platinum

@gbabecki

I've only seen the slide show that everyone else has seen.

There are no hints as to where it will be utilized in addition to the PIIC32 family.

Blogger

@Fred "re-tweet" of my question down in the list:

"Being a Microchip Preferred Partner, do you have any insight into Microchip's plans to extend Harmony into other PIC families?"

Iron

Fred: Great Course as always -- thanks:

Catching up now.

Iron

thanks a lot Fred and have a great weekend 

Iron

thanks to fred, rob, digikey and ieee

always like fred's class.

Thanks Fred, Rob & DigiKey !!

Iron

@StephT

Thanks, I've hear of Express PCB but never used it.

I usually use Gold Phoenix

Iron

If you are looking for a ready made board -- look at this brochure:

http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/01181j.pdf

quick ref to connectivity solutions for PIC

 

Iron

Thanks to everyone for attending this week.  I had a blast doing this series.

Have I answered all of the questions?

 

Blogger

If Harmony is still in Beta, it does only run on PIC32MX and MZ at this time.

Iron

@vlad: Thanks for the reminder.

 

Iron

@Fred : does Harmony only run on PIC32 ?  Could it run on PIC24 ? (or the CPU power isn't high enough)

Iron Right now only PIC32. Don't know if it will run on PIC24.
 
Blogger

I have used Express PCB in the past pretty good outfit. they price boards in two sizes I believe. worked well for me though. 

Iron

ExpressPCB is free to download.  It is a schematic capture and layout tool.  It is also easy to use.

Iron

@vlad :  I have book-marked this url ; will try to come have a look from time to time... ;-) 

 

Thanks StephT

I hope the message spreads to our other friends here.

 

Iron

@Kentj: There are numerous online resources to learn HTML and associated languages, such as www.w3schools.com

Iron

@Rare-Tek ; if you don't know, ExpressPCB is an online PCB fab house that I've seen often advertized ;   they make not-too-expensive PCBs (never used myself, but Fred replied they are good !)

Iron

@Fred Eady

Thank you very much for your time, great lecture, I'm glad I signed up.

Looking forward to join other lectures and reading my Nuts & Volts.

Iron

@fred

 

Is knowledge of Java mandatory for working with harmony?

Iron Nope..
Blogger

Thanks Fred, Rob and Digi-Key for this corse. It was very interesting for me and heped me in several ways at work.

Is there a class on HTML?

Iron

@JummyD

Yes. You can write HTML from scratch if you have the knowledge.  It is simply text with HTML-specific tags.

Blogger

@vlad :  I have book-marked this url ; will try to come have a look from time to time... ;-) 

Iron

@Fred : I suppose uChip SW is easily portable / future-proof ?

@StephT
 
Yes.  The majority of Microchip software is  geared to work across families.
Blogger

@Fred Eady

Can you use microsoft visual studio for web design instead of Dream Weaver? I have not used either, yet.

Iron

@Rare-Tek

Sorry, EDTP is no longer in the board-for-sale business.

I provided the ExpressPCB files for those that wish to build up the boards in the lecture series.

Blogger

Do you do any Java programming? 

I did, but now don't

just a reminder 

As Rob mentioned we can use this live chat for posting our queries or any other useful stuff regarding ongoing projects

Since a majority of us attending this series of lectures are probably from the microcontoller background with some or probably a lot of experience we can surely be of help to each other.

If you all agree lets make this particular live chat the place for future discussions.  

 

Iron

Thanks Digi-key, Bob, anf Fred for the course. 

Iron

@Fred Eady

I have seen lots of boards made by edtp electronics

in Nuts & Volts magazine, can they be purchased?

 

Iron

@gbabeki - Thanks. Looks like Microchip also has similar boards for around the same price.

Iron

Thanks to Fred, Rob and DigiKey.

Iron

Like I stated, it will greatly enhance the value of the class if there were prerequisites posted before the class started (30 days or so) in terms of hardware/software required and some discussion monitored by the presenter so that all the interested people could obtain the hardware/software for the class before the class started and resolve the problems before the class. Also, at the conclusion of the class there should be a summary, questions, and answers monitored by the presenter for a day or week. Because it is possible that a few things changed during the class which were not anticipated before the class started.  This should be done for all the classes by DigiKey Continuing Education Center.

Iron

Thanks Fred, Rob and DigiKey.

Iron

@vlad:  Apparently not.  I don't know Java yet but am working with Harmony

Iron

@StephT: in that example the PIC sends the LED status

Iron

Would I look into the MRF24WB0MA for WiFi projects ?

There are many WiFi modules out there ; even Microchip was moving from an A version to as B version (if I recall correctly, when looking into this) ;

@Fred : I suppose uChip SW is easily portable / future-proof ?

Iron

@fred

 

Is knowledge of Java mandatory for working with harmony?

Iron

Re: LEMOS pricing

I saw a separate reference to the LEMOS board from some supplier and seem to recall a price of about $59.

Iron

@bobybacs  :  thanks ; so it can be done (of course) but it is not in this example ; correct ?

 

Iron

@Fred great series of lectures. It has xpanded the family of microcontrollers I will be  looking at in future projects

Iron

@Fred - went to lemos web site. Looks like this board is not actively in production? Says to request a sales quote. Do you know cost for single board?

Lemos is a very large distributor.  The board is in production.  That's the way they operate.  So, request a quote and you'll receive an answer about pricing and availability.

Blogger

@Fred : does Harmony only run on PIC32 ?  Could it run on PIC24 ? (or the CPU power isn't high enough)

Iron

@StephT: yes it could be bidirectional, you can send a http request with post data and implement the parsing on the pic

Iron

@drrowley_lpe re: Harmony

Harmony is a Microchip framework and is not an industry standard for other microprocessors.

Iron

I'd certainly consider these PICs in future projects.

Iron

Have a good weekend signign off.

Iron

No Java; but I have a couple of books I haven't opened on it.  I prefer Python for scripting.

Gold

@Fred

Being a Microchip Preferred Partner, do you have any insight into Microchip's plans to extend Harmony into other PIC families?

Iron

Great look at PIC's thanks

Iron

Will also look into the MRF24WB0MA for WiFi projects.

Iron

@Fred : in the Java code example, can the button turn the LED on-OFF (and the web page icon) or is it just mouse-click-to-LED ? (i.e. is this "bi-directional") ;  I might have missed something...

Iron

or possibly one of the other lower power wireless comm protocols?

Iron

is harmony a micro chip thing or industry???

Can you use microsoft visual studio for web design instead of Dream Weaver? I have not used either.

Iron

@78RPM  Java is a complete, stand-alone language like C or Python.  Javascript is part of a web browser such as Chrome or Firefox.

Iron

Thanks Fred! Very informative

Iron

Thanks Rob, Fred, Digikey and DN. 

Iron

Thanks for the PIC overview. It was informative.

Iron

Would you consider including a MRF24WB0MA in a future WiFi project?

Yes, I would.

Thanks Fred & Digikey

Iron

@richw42 Can you comment further on how JavaScript and Java are different beasts?  I have no experience with either.

Platinum

Fred, are you considering or do you have Bluetooth as well?

Iron

I'ved done a little Java for smartphone application dev

Iron

Thanks Fred et al.

Iron

Thanks Fred and Digi-Key!

Iron

Thank you Fred.  This was a good overview of PICs and communication.

Iron

Are Harmony and the new PIC32MZ in your future?

Surely, they are.

Thanks, Fred. Great class. Can we e-mail you if we have questions or run into problems using these tools?

thanks Fred appreciated

Iron

Thanks all. Can't wait to try this out in a real project!

Iron

Thank you for a great week of lecture, Fred and Rob.

Thanks Fred for an informative week which will of course require a lot of further study

Iron

Thank you for the course.

Iron

Fred, excellent seminar this week.

Iron

Thank you Fred and the Digikey CEC team.

Iron

Thanks Fred Great class

Iron

Sounds like I need Java to update just what's needed instead of the whole page.

Iron

thanks Fred, Rob and DigiKey

Iron

enjoyed it. thanks Fred.

Iron

Thank you Fred, Rob, Design News and Digi-Key
Once again, drinking from a fire hose.

Platinum

Yes, I have used java

Iron

Thanks.  A lot of good information.

Iron

I have done some javascript programming, but almost no java programming.

They are two completely different beasts!

Iron

I have some MRF24J40MA-I/RM not sure if it does Wifi

 
Iron

Thank you so much for this week's Sessions.

Iron

Thanks Fred, Rob, DesignNews and Digi-Key.

Iron

Thank you Fred and Rob for a great presentation

Iron

Thanks Fred and Rob.  Great course.  Got me really excited.

Very interesting! Thanks Fred, Rob, Digi-key and Design News!

Have a great weekend, all!

Iron

According to Wikipedia Ajax is Javascript, not Java.  They are completely different languages.  I think you meant Javascript in today's talk, not Java.

Iron

Very helpful Fred. Thank you. It is my hope that you make a similar Bluetooth presentation.

Iron

Thanks Fred, Rob, and Digi-key for a great webinar series.

Iron

Thanks Fred and Rob, It's a great class.

Iron

Thank you Fred, Design News, and Digi-Key!

Iron

I did some Jave but it's been >5 years

Iron

Great week of lectures - Thanks!

had Java in my first job as part of the fresher's training class

Iron

Quite a bit of Java programming.

I would consider using the MRF24WB0MA chip

Iron

No I don't do Java.

Iron

I program in Java and C/C+ (as well as several other languages)

No Java for work.  Some for hobby.

Iron

We're now on sldie 23.

Blogger

Don't current use Java.  Is Java necessary in this example?  Could C have been used?

yes, I've used Java

Iron

Never did any Java...yet

Iron

have not done Java ; could be a future course subject !

 

Iron

No Java programming.

Iron

Extremely little Java programming so far, but expect to do more really soon! :-)

Iron

I've done Java, but its been a few years.

Iron

Have done Java programming.

Iron

Done a little Java, not an expert...

Gold

no, I don't do any Java programming at all

do not do java programming.

Iron

We're now on sldie 22.

Blogger

No JAVA programming.

Iron

Rarely do Java.

 

Silver

I have done some Java

Iron

I have not done any java 

Iron

I do not do Java programming

Platinum

No Java programming.

Iron

I have done a little Java, but nothing serious.

Iron

I have not programmed Java

Iron

Have never done Java.. need to get into that.

wifi might be a part of the next phase of our project

i need to better start learning about it 

Iron

Fred's question:

Do you do any Java programming? 

Blogger

MRF24WB0MA in a future WiFi project? Don't expect to do wifi at work, maybe for hobby purposes

Gold

I would consider including a MRF24WB0MA in a future WiFi project.

Iron

yes, in future projects

Iron

Hello from Saratoga

Gold

I am used to more struggling with my designs.

Iron

I would consider including a MRF24WB0MA in a future project.

Iron

Definitely would look at it.  Seems like a good way to add this capability to a lot of different applications

We're now on sldie 21.

Blogger

More likely at least can propose to project managers

Iron

which is easier? Wired or WiFi?

Iron

If the price is right I would use a MRF24WB0MA.

Iron

yes I would include the MFRF24WBOMA device

Iron

Definitelty.  I have one in mind now

Iron

the WiFi module seems quite interesting, especially along with the Microchip stack. So yes :D

I'd have to learn more to use / include this in a project.

Iron

Hello from Albuquerque.

Iron

I ..might.  WiFi is a very popular interface.

I would consider it; it looks easy to use.

Iron

Yes I would , looks simple to implement

 

Iron

Yes.  The PIC32MZ is in my future to possible replace a Freescale 9S12

 

Silver

Yes. Looks simple to implement

Fred's? no wifi in near future.

Yes, I will probably use that chip!

Iron

We're now on sldie 20.

Blogger

Chat could start one month or so before the class starts, where INTERESTED participants could get ready by getting the required software/hardware for the class.

Iron

Fred's question:

Would you consider including a MRF24WB0MA in a future WiFi project?

Blogger

@Kchandra et al

that may be what the linkedin discussion group is for

http://linkd.in/yoNGeY

 

Iron

We're now on slide 19.

Blogger

We're now on sldie 18.

Blogger

I agree with Kchandra too, also another idea is to  offer free modules for the first 1000 registrants :)

Iron

We're now on slide 17.

Blogger

@vlad i got it from the microchip websight

Iron

We're now on sldie 16.

Blogger

probably not, we use other systems here

I agree with kchandra

 

Iron

I agree with Kchandra.

Iron

Will look into Harmony.

 

Iron

Harmony & 32MZ: a definite maybe! :-)

Gold

We're now on slide 15.

Blogger

It will be nice if we could get advance information of the software/hardware required and where it can be obtained/purchased for the class ahead of time (30 days or so) so that all the interested participants can get hold of the hardware/software before the class starts.

Iron

@Rare-Tek 

did you install a demo version and if so from where?

Iron

We're now on sldie 14.

Blogger

We're now on slide 13.

Blogger

@Fred - went to lemos web site. Looks like this board is not actively in production? Says to request a sales quote. Do you know cost for single board?

Iron

We're now on slide 12.

Blogger

Installed Harmony but haven't used it yet

 

Iron

We're now on sldie 11.

Blogger

Interesting! Maybe!

Iron

Hello Rob, Fred and everybody. Yes i will be looking into it.

Iron

Possibly in the future.

Now that we know the possibilities, maybe.

Iron

I would like to know more about the Harmony Primer.

Iron

I haven't used Harmony but it looks interesting

heard of harmony today may well use in the future

As of now no idea

Iron

Harmony & PIC32 not in immediate furture.

Not yet but I'm interested.

Iron

I'm trying to use Harmony for a PIC32MX project but it keeps loading MZ software.

Iron

I like the looks of the PIC32 and harmony.  It would fit dow the road...

Iron

I can think of 2 or 3 cool application for this just off the top of my head.  Proabably will use it eventually.

Gold

I will look into Harmony and PIC32MZ for future.

Iron

Harmony, interested in it for sure!

Iron

I will have to investigate a little more, but possible

Iron

Both the MZ and Harmony sound interesting, might look into them

have notr seen Harmony ; seems promising - need to readup on it

Iron

Harmony looks like it will simplify building PIC32 projects; can't wait for it to encompass the other PIC families.

Iron

Harmony is probably in my future... PIC32MZ definitely...

Iron

I will have to look atpic32mz after the class is over.

 

Iron

A PIC32MZ is on my to-do list, and I'll look into Harmony at that time.

Iron

Yes, Harmony and Microchip's hardware does look like something I'll be using

The pic32mz looks pretty interesting.

Iron

This is the first I heard of Harmony.  It looks very convenient. So maybe.

Iron

i HAVE THE pic32 eTHERNET sTARTER kIT (darn cap locks)

 

Iron

Definitely interested.  But the cost of the compiler? Wow!

Platinum

After this, they're both in my future.

Iron

Hello again from Bakersfield

 

Iron

Probably. Structured partitioned software is the best way to create usable software.

Yes for Harmony, and certainly yes for wireshark

Harmony sounds worth checking out, and will certainly consider using.

Iron

Definitly going to check it out

Iron

Interested! Not sure how soon I'll get to use it.

Iron

Don't know yet?

 

Iron

We're now on slide 9.

Blogger

Fred's? never heard of harmony, no pics in future yet

Yeah, I'm on Micochip's site right now getting it.

Iron

Haven't used but looks like a great opportunity.

Iron

Looks interesting! I will definately check it out!

Iron

yes

in the future

 

Iron

I believe it will be after more study

Iron

never used Harmony

Iron

Fred's question:

Are Harmony and the new PIC32MZ in your future?

Blogger

We'e now on slide 8.

Blogger

Hello from Pittsburg, KANSAS

Iron

We're now on slide 7.

Blogger

We're now on slide 6.

Blogger

@jcdammeyer re: downloads

Yeah, sorry I forgot to enumerate all the previous download links Fred posted, but I thought you would figure that out and find them in previous chat logs.

Iron

@gbabecki -- Thanks.  Downloading earlier days now too.

Silver

We're now on sldie 5.

Blogger

We're now on slide 4.

Blogger

@jcdammeyer re: downloads

Just access the link http://www.edtp.com/cec/day5PicCode.zip to get the zip file of materials then unzip into desired directory.

Iron

@78RPM: I just sent you an e-mail

Iron

Hello from Montreal, Qc

Iron

Hello from Saratoga

Gold

We're now on slide 3.

Blogger

I missed how to download the folders with the sample code and drawings.  How is it done?

 

Silver

We're now on slide 2.

Blogger

Hello from Albuquerque.

Iron

Hello from Albuquerque.

Iron

We're now on slide 1.

Blogger

Hello from Co Springs!

Iron

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Got it... Thanks.

Iron

Hello from SW Michigan

Iron

 

hello from Mishawaka

 

Iron

hello from san jose,ca

Iron

Hello from Calgary

 

@bobybacs, I'll risk putting my email out there. jjfrigatebird@gmail.com

Platinum

Yes - download link is at beginning of chat

 

@K-dog: yes, there is http://www.edtp.com/cec/day5PicCode.zip

Iron

Hello from Kansas City, MO.

 

Hi All!  Does anybody know where to order the ethernet boards from yesterday's class?

Iron

hello from cedar park texas

Iron

Is there a "bonus download" today?

Iron

Had a look at the archive page. Lots of cool stuff there.

Iron

Good afternoon from sunny Minnetonka, MN.

Iron

Greetings from Plymouth, MN!

Iron

Hello from Colorado.

Iron
Hey ucschmidt, the webinar you're referring to ran yesterday. Yes, it is archived. You can access it here:
 
http://www.designnews.com/webinar_archives.asp
 
It went on-demand this AM.
Blogger

Good aftrernoon from Ontario Canada

Iron

Rochester, NY checking in.

Iron

Good (period of your local time) everybody.  From Shelton, WA.  The liquid sunshine state.

Iron

Hi from Rocklin, CA

Iron

According to Ann Thrift, the adhesive seminar will be archived for a year. It was very interesting..

@78RPM: you can send a starbucks gift card :), I have one if you want it, I cannot use it here in Timisoara

Iron

Good morning from sunny Valdez

@Rob Spiegel

DN is broadcasting both Fred' course and a seminar on adhesives at the same time... I am interested in both but gave Fred's class priority. Will the adhesives semiar be arhived for later listening ???
Iron

Signign in from COS

Iron

@drw36 @Fred, Thanks. Where do I send a flower bouquet? -er never mind. ain't gonna happen.

But I would'a thought a high-end compiler would support all the chips.

Platinum

Good afternoon for everybody from FL

@78RPM - Fred is correct. If using XC8 and available migration notes does not work then it looks like the C18 compiler can still be downloaded from Microchip in Lite, Standard and Eval versions.

Iron

Hello from Aurora CO.

Iron

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Blogger

@Fred.  Will try XC8

Platinum

Hello from Beavercreek, Ohio

@78RPM

If you're compiling the email project, that is a PIC18 and the PIC32 compiler won't work for that.

The project is telling you it needs to see C18.  XC8 will run in C18 compatibility mode but I did not test it with the code I provided.

You may be able to get a trial C18 compiler from Microchip.

Blogger

Another week and almost another month down the tubes.

@rruther2: Happy birthday

Iron

@rclipat

Just another day in paradise, rclipat :-)

Blogger

@Fred, So the 32-bit compiler at $999 does not support other chips?  I have the 60-day trial version.

Platinum

hello everyone from Timisoara, Romania

Iron

@Fred I feel great, how about you?

Iron

Got the code and the slides. Just waiting on Fred.

Iron

@78RPM

It will choke if you don't have the required compiler loaded and registered to the IDE.

Blogger

@bvsmith1953

support should be working as I have been hammering it with the 67J60 testing.

fred@edtp.com should also work..

Blogger

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Blogger

Today's material looks really interesting.  Microchip apparently is extending MPLAB X to hook into third-party RTOS and other functions, calling this Harmony.  So you might be able to just configure your project to use all the pre-canned APIs, glue them together with a little code of your own and bam, you're there.

I am looking for another great lecture.

Iron

Hello again from Long Island, NY.

@KayakDiver - I'm missing that SoCal weather. I just relocated here from Huntington Beach.

Iron

@78RPM:

The "readme.txt" file said to use the C18 compiler.  That said, I wonder if there is a .mcd file in the bundle that contains the info for the complete project.  If one exists, I would think you can load the .mcd file in MPLAB X and it will then find all the source files.

How are you Fred? I hope you are ready for the weekend. Thank you for the bonus download.

Iron

Hello Everyone from Summerville, SC and happy Friday. I am glad that the weekend is coming.

Iron

Can anyone help me with this?  I loaded Day 4 designNewsDemo.c.  When I do a clean and build I get this error:

error: Configuration "default" builds with "C18", but no toolchains of that type are installed.
Errors have occurred while loading one or more configurations.
If a specific error is not shown above, this may happen when you import a project from another computer.
+ You can add language tools in Tools->Options embedded tab.
You can change which language tool to use in the project properties dialog.

I am using the 32-bit compiler.  What would I do from here?

Platinum

Hello again from perpetually sunny and warm Simi Valley, CA.

Iron

Happy Friday everyone, from Buffalo, NY!

Iron

Hi Fred.  I tried to email you at support@edtp.com but received failure notices.  Do you have a different addr?

Happy birthday rruther2. Have a good one.
Not a fan of Lady Gaga since she wore that meat dress. I'm an animal rights advocate.

Platinum

good afternoon from Detroit, Michigan!

Happy Birthday, rruther2!

Today's bonus download package is up!

http://www.edtp.com/cec/day5PicCode.zip

The payload today is the complete WiFi Led Controller MPLAB X project we will discuss in today's lecture.

Blogger

Hello from Chicago

Iron

Hello from Arlington Heights

Iron

-Be sure to click 'Today's Slide Deck' under Special Educational Materials above right to download the PowerPoint for today's session.

Blogger

Happy B-day to rruther and Co.

Iron

Hello from Ghana @ work

Iron

Hello from Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Blogger

Happy Birthday, Rruther2.

Blogger

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Blogger

@rruther2  Enjoy your day!!

Have to talk Fred into having his Displays blink "Happy Birthday"!!!   :-)

Iron

pre view of slides very great

Iron

T.G.I.F.

My Birthday,

and lady Gaga's,

and Radio operator

David Breen's birthday too!

 

Iron


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