So what is a microcontroller? And then what is a multicore microcontroller? In this short read, meet the Propeller chip, a multicore microcontroller that makes inventing easier with teamwork.
Propeller C Tutorials
Download and set up SimpleIDE, the programming environment for Propeller C. Installers available now for Windows and Mac, and i386 binaries are available for Linux.
Get started with C-language programming for the multicore Propeller microcontroller. The simple example programs use variables, do math, count loops, make decisions, and store information.
Build simple circuits on the Propeller Activity Board, and write Propeller C programs to interact with them. Blink lights, beep a speaker, measure voltage, and more.
A function is a little piece of reusable code designed to do a specific task. This Propeller C Tutorial series will show you how to use functions, pass information to them, and get information back from them. It will show you how C functions work with the Propeller's memory and multiple cores.
8 processors in one chip bring your electronics project from idea to reality fast. And, our Propeller C Tutorials, Activity Board, and Simple Libraries make it easy.
Assemble your robot and then get ready to have some fun trying out these Propeller C Tutorials created specifically for the zippy ActivityBot. Learn how to make your robot navigate using a variety of sensors, using touch, ultrasound, visible light, and more!
Learn how to make your own custom Simple Libraries for your Propeller Activity Board. This Propeller C Tutorial walks you through creating a library, tricks for reducing code size, and making your library to work well with the ones already in your SimpleIDE Learn folder.
This Propeller C Tutorial shows you how make use of the Propeller chip's multiple cores. Launch functions into other cores, monitor processes in other cores, share data between cores, and print from other cores.
This reference page explains how to open multiple Propeller C programs with SimpleIDE. It also explains what multiple tabs within SimpleIDE are used for, and the difference between Simple View and Project View.