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Jean-Philippe_Rey

Member since Apr 2015 • Last active Mar 2017
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Developping IoT @ novaccess.ch , Switzerland

80% Hardware
15% Firmware
5%Software

Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/jprey
Twitter: twitter.com/yerpj

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  • in News
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    sorry, not anymore^^

  • in News
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    on my browser (Firefox ) the font is very small on the API referencepage

  • in Puck.js
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    Improve LED color blending: Replace 3 discrete R, G, B LEDs with a composite RGB LED. Probably save board space, too.

    I am using Rohm SMLP34RGB2W3 for a long time. very bright, very small, a few cents in quantity.

  • in General
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    Thank you !

  • in General
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    Yes I'll be using the Pico.
    I'll have a look at the doc concerning this 128kB page.
    I may try to implement DMA functions in the near future. If anyone reading this message already played with the DMA in Espruino, I would appreciate to get any feedback :-)

  • in General
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    It is possible to set up DMA directly from JavaScript

    By using peek/poke, or by another mean?

    I also think that the DMA should be a helful peripheral for that.
    With the current version of Espruino, what would you suggest for storing raw data stream in flash?

  • in General
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    I would say as fast as possible :-)
    I wondered if I could output a stream at, let's say, fclk/2 or 42MHz ....

  • in General
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    Hello guys!
    I would like to stream on a digital output at a given rate from a large file or array.
    I know the waveform class but it is dedicated to analog data. What is the best way to replicate the behaviour but for binary data?

    Thanks for your feedback

  • in News
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    Enjoy your deserved vacation!
    Thank you for the huge amount of work behind Puck.js and Espruino. I hope 2017 will be another great year for the community

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