Update 15-April-2020 UIFlow Handbook roadmap.
ajb2k3 last edited by ajb2k3
I have spent the last five months working on the English version of the handbook which is predominantly aimed at UIFlow however due to the ever changing world of electronics, nothing ever stays still for long which makes pinning down a completion date near on impossible.
I have decided to continue to release the Work in Progress version on the forums for people to give feed back and submissions with a print published version available near December.
I wont release updated versions of the print copy when new hardware is designed but instead will be releasing update volumes to accompany the print copy.
Electronic versions are planned for the many ereaders but will wait until the manuscript hits a stable release.
Each print copy will have a contributors section where I add interesting work done by the members of the forum if they give permission.
The decision to release it like this is down to the fact that the current manuscript is already at 100 A4 pages long and I am yet to cover all the basics!
All support will be gratefully accepted and to show the progress of the manuscript so far I have attached the current version on github.
m5-docs last edited by
Come on !
Is that a request to sped up the writing or a message of support
lukasmaximus last edited by
I think he means keep up the good work, keep it going. In Chinese they say 加油 jiayou which literally means add oil
salty_good last edited by
@ajb2k3 Thank you for your hard work!!
Let's make it at your own pace step by step!!
I'm waiting forward to complete your book!!
Just uploaded an update.
Added some more units and sample code along with a guide on PCB creation and installing UIFlow firmware.
Added the Lego+ module and demo code along with a few other bits while waiting on parts.
Added the RFID unit and example chapter.
Alpine-Lake last edited by
@ajb2k3 Interesting, keep up the good work.
@alpine-lake thank you, any suggestions?
Alpine-Lake last edited by
@ajb2k3 Let me read it more in details and I will let you know. UI Flow is interesting and, if matured, would bring them more customers and happy customers. As far as I am concerned it should be a one point of entry to commission the M5 Stack and developing applications for it. Without having to tweak the computer's operating systems, look for files in various places and, above all, running into old examples no more relevant that wastes a lot of energy for newbies. I hope they will get there before people get bored and give up.
Sorry for the lack of updates as I have been busy with lots of different projects.
I have now updated the handbook with a new hardware example and added explanations for several of the UI elements including show the six available background in the emoticon functions.
Latest version now available.
I am looking to translate it into different languages once finished for this year.
Skink last edited by
Wow, a great job you did, thank you so much for the effort.
That helps me and I also think to others who want to get into the M5Stack programming very much.
Go on, this will be the perfect M5Stack book!
Can only say again thank you thank you thank you
Guors last edited by
Incredible work!! Really useful for the ones we are starting into m5stack&UIFlow.
Thanks and please continue!
@guors thank you.
Werner_G last edited by
perfect job! Just found the book in the web, and I'm really happy to have this available every time. Keep up the fine work!