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Maple: ARM based Arduino

Discussion in 'ARM' started by 3v0, May 23, 2011.

  1. 3v0

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    This makes no sense to me as SparkFun sell FEZ panda's much cheaper And you can request them with no NETMF system onboard.

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  3. 3v0

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    I expect it will make sense for ardunio users who want a migration path. As I understand it the maple people ported the ardunio software system and linked it to the required compiler.
     
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    Thread title has a typo. AVR should be ARM.

    The Maple has been around a long time. I'm sure it's been mentioned here before, but searching 'maple' gives me more threads than I want to sift through.

    Moderator: Fixed it (thanks)
     
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  6. Ian Rogers

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    3v0.. I'm not dissing the arduino path... but the FEZ panda is also an arduino / netduino compatible board... and sits at 34 dollars it has the arm running at 72 mhz and a jtag connector for doing exactly the same... I'm just wondering why Sparkfun are selling both at such different prices.

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    The people behind maple ported the Arduino develpment system. If that was done for the panda then I agree with your question.
     
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    Be nice if the IDE would work with chip like the LPC1114FBD48 is an ARM Cortex-M0 microcontroller. I hate CodeRed.
     
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    Now that's something.... PIC32 arduino compatable FOR ONLY $27.00 and free software!!!!
     

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