We published a release on the wrong code base that causes the new I2C code isn’t generated properly. Sorry about that. Here is an update to fix the code generation
We are back to more actively developing the Ardublock. In this release: Arduino 1.0 I2C support Preview for Subroutine support Support for DFRobot Advance Sensor Set Subroutine Support The subroutine support kind of creep into this release. It doesn’t yet support parameters or return values. We accidentally merge the subroutine branch into the master. DFRobot Advance Sensor Set DFRobot has been very supportive of the Ardublock development. Their Ardublock Kit is doing well. We have recently added the support for their Advance Sensor Set.
Anton from opiron has just posted his tutorial of Ardublock to the mailing list. The video is in Spanish with English subtitled. Hi, I am new at this forum. Let me say that I’ve recently used Ardublock for first time and it’s wonderful. I want to share with you the tutorial I’ve developed – in spanish-, and video as well – translated to English-. I attach you the links: Tutorial: http://www.opiron.com/portfolio/tutorial-sobre-ardublock Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YELw9l07qsg Hope it will be useful! Regards, Anton
ArduBlock is designed make it easy to get start with programming Arduino and we believe that electronic brick is more suitable for starter then breadboard or protoboard approach. We have been working on integrate brick support into the program including the support for bricks from different vendors. We currently have support for TinkerKit from Arduino and partial support for Grove from SeeedStudio. Recently, DFRobot has reached out to us about their Ardublock Kit package and has committed to work closely with us to support the continuous development of ArduBlock. DFRobot also has developed a tutorial about working with ArduBlock.
Thanks to Manabu Sugiura for updating the Japanese translations with additional translation for “device address” and “register address.” The download has been moved to sourceforge.net and the tag with the release date. Please remove the old ardublock-all.jar when you install the new one.
Thanks to Manabu Sugiura for updating the Japanese translations and Leonilde Gurgel for added tooltip support. The download has been moved to sourceforge.net and the tag with the release date. Please remove the old ardublock-all.jar when you install the new one.
Just did a quick Google search of ArduBlock and found good tutorials published by the community! Thanks a lot for the support! Tutorial video by robostamp Tutorial with Example Ardublocks Tutorials from handmadecircuits.com. Look to download the example at the bottom. 18 minutes video tutorial by Miojex Fernandes Tutorial by iñaki zarauz Tutorial by JF Simon Tutorial by www.botshop.co.za Tutorial by Kazuhiro Abe Tutorial by hobbylab.ru
Thanks to Didier Carne for this contribution Documentation ————– Didier Carne LGT Champollion – Figeac email@example.com ————– HOW TO CREATE A NEW BLOCK ————————- Files to change ——————– 1- “ardublock.xml” in src/main/resources/com/ardublock/block contains a description of the GUI module contains its location in a menu 2- “ardublock.properties” in src/main/resources/com/ardublock/block contains the definition text to display in the GUI 3- “ardublock_fr.properties” in src/main/resources/com/ardublock/block contains the definition text to display in the GUI in French 4- “TranslatorBlockFactory” in src/main/java/com/ardublock/translator/block to associate the code to generate with the GUI module Files to create —————- 1- create a class in a java file in . . . . . .
Download ArduBlock and OpenBlocks The sources codes located at: https://github.com/taweili/ardublock https://github.com/taweili/openblocks Import both into Eclipse Configure “Java Build Path” of ArduBlock to include openblocks Execute as Java Application using “Main – com.ardublock”