Ciao

Version: 

0.1.1

Description: 

Enables communication between microcontroller and MIPS cpu. Natively support network communications, terminal (linux) and file access.

Arduino Ciao (MCU side)

Simple library in C to make MCU communicate with "outside World" through Ciao Core.

What is Arduino Ciao?

Arduino Ciao is a easy-to-use and powerful technology that enables Arduino sketches to communicate intuitively with the "outside World". It aims to simplify interaction between microcontroller and Linino OS allowing a variety of connections with most common protocols, third-party services and social networks.

Arduino Ciao is open-source and distributed under MIT license: feel free to read it, suggest improvements, provide feedbacks and develop new features.

More information about Arduino Ciao project can be found at http://labs.arduino.org/Ciao

Arduino Ciao (MCU side) - Ciao Library

Arduino Ciao is made of two main parts: * the Ciao Library - usable inside sketches, it's written in C. * the Ciao Core - a library developed in python that runs on the CPU/MIPS side of the board.(source code available here)

Ciao Library allows you to send and receive data outside the microcontroller, through a serial communication, in a simple and intuitive way.

Details about Ciao Library architecture are available in the Arduino wiki

Git Repository: 

https://github.com/ArduinoLibrariesForks/Ciao

Category: 

Communications

Subcategory: 

Networking

Family: 

avr,arm-samd

Core: 

arduino,arduino-samd