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The Tutorial Book

Anonymous (not verified)
Thanks!

I think that book has a good tutorial. It will learn you in how to do the  PIC microcontrollers, Jal v2 and Jallib.

Anonymous (not verified)
Advanced LED Lights

I like the tutorial book. It is very nice to learn more about this. I really enjoy in this. Thank you for the information that you share.

Anonymous (not verified)
New tutorials?

Hi Jal.org moderators!

I'd like to tell you your work is great! Love it! But I have to do too
much research to find stuff I need to know to program certain chips
(yeh, RTFMicrochipM, that one).

Could I help you in writing tutorials about stuff I found out? I'll be
covering the Linux aspects of Jalv2 (x64 and ix86): blink a led with
pickit2 from terminal with pk2cmd (which is AMAZING), USB with 18f14k50
if I get my 12MHz crystal in a week, stuff like that. I've the following
IC's to cover:

- -16f887
- -18f14k50

And I'll buy some 16 bit and 32 bit chips later on.

Thing is: I'm opensource freak and I love low cost stuff (so no arduino,
sorry guys, but €50 vs €2?!)

Thanks for you reply (ruben.de.smetpants[at]telenet.be and pull my pants
and do some other logic stuff with [at] to get my emailadress)

sebastien.lelong
New tutorials?

If you're looking for a cheap, open source, DIY board, you can have a look at Jaluino Bee :)

http://jaluino.org/building-jaluino-bee-v2-0

Seb

mattschinkel
tutorials

If you wish to write tutorials, join us at http://groups.google.co.in/group/jalsitedev/topics?gvc=2

blogs are also welcome :)

Matt.

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