We have created an app that allows you to access all the great content on http://www.thebluealliance.com on your Android device. You can keep up to date with live events, see what teams are competing when, or look back at the vast archive of historical match data and videos. The Blue Alliance Android app is the perfect companion for anybody looking to have the most up to date information about FRC competitions.
Are you a developer? Check out the source on GitHub and start contributing today!
Want bleeding edge updates? Join our beta community and opt-into the program to help us test new features!
Want bleeding edge updates? Join the beta google group and follow the instructions listed on the page! https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/frc-krawler-beta-testing
Need help? email: firstname.lastname@example.org or go to http://www.team2052.com/frckrawler/
The app currently just has the 2013 IRI team list, ready for Saturday afternoon!
If anyone has any private quesitons, comments, or bug reports, feel free talk to me at the 2013 IRI (I will be volunteering as the IRI video archiver), or email me (kenavt at gmail dot com).
Receive the latest FRC Wisconsin Regional Competition information by Refreshing the app! Tap the Device Menu button, then the Refresh button. The app will automatically update with the latest available information.
You can compile and simulate most of microchip/mplab's samples directly without any change. The assembler doesn't recognize macro. So, for some mplab samples, you have to change some code.
Watch support. Variables are added to watch directly from your asm code.
You can view SFR and SRAM variables during simulation. The sfr, sram and watch views are scrollable by touch.
Port input output support.
External interrupt support.
The simulator doesn't support timers, spi, adc and other modules. But, you can compile/build your asm project for those modules. The simulator just ignores those peripherals.
ASM files are compiled as soon as you open or edit them. You can generate and save list and hex file also.
Smart error reporting. Error lines are highlighted by yellow background. By touching/clicking the error lines, you can see the error.
When you install this software, you get some samples in your sdcard/PicSimulator directory.
For details help (FAQ), visit http://opentechbd.com/picsimulator. After installing PicSimulator, you can get offline help from menu=>help.
Includes all instructions of 8086 processor.
A sample program for each instruction included for simulation.
Description of each instruction is included.
Shows the values of all registers and flags.
Highlights the changed registers and flags after each instruction execution.
Allows step by step execution of instructions.
Can reset the simulation of currently executing program.
Shows the last executed and next executing instructions.
Includes some common programs for simulation.
Many working examples like
Seven Segment interfacing
Store value in memory
Pulse width modulation