See ByteSnap's Demo at Embedded World 2019 SnapUI at Embedded World 2019 ByteSnap is back at the world's largest embedded electronics trade show this month - with a demonstration of our highly flexible UI framework. Our interactive cooker control demo will be running SnapUI Linux on NXP's much-anticipated i.MX7ULP processor at Embedded World 2019 in Nuremberg, Germany. SnapUI is ByteSnap's high-efficiency graphic framework which allows you to create high performance user interfaces for low power devices. ByteSnap Director Graeme Wintle says “We are very excited showing SnapUI working on the 7ULP, it demonstrates the efficiency and versatility of the framework on such a low power device.” The demonstration uses the SnapUI framework to render using the OpenGL accelerated GPU of the i.MX7 [...]
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Take BSP Porting from Stress to Success When selecting the hardware which will make up the core of your next product, there are many choices. Once this has been decided, BSP porting must be completed to ensure the software elements fit the new hardware. Among the key decisions you need to make are which CPU to go for and which operating system to use on it. The market has moved from silicon vendors selling just components; the start-up software they offer is now just as important as the hardware. BSP Porting: Which CPU?? At first glance, the array of embedded CPU options from silicon vendors, module providers and single board computers may appear daunting. “There are so many out there - which one’s the right one?” is a query [...]
BBC News get up close and personal with Electronic Design at ByteSnap Breaking news... A BBC News crew stopped by our offices on Thursday morning and did a 2 hour pre-shoot featuring electronic design for report about the economy. A quick look behind the scenes… Set up shots with director Graeme Economics Editor Robert Peston's producer Ben King and his cameraman were really pleasant and professional. Robert couldn't come due to a last minute interview with the Chancellor, no less! Our graduate Dean being interviewed Many thanks to the TV crew. The report will be on BBC national news and the BBC News channel sometime next week, so stay tuned….