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In my last post, we examined Eclipse, the IDE included in the Android Development Tools bundle. We learned how to configure the RIoTBoard to make it appear as an Android device in Eclipse, and we're now ready to write our Hello World! application. (If you missed the first installation of this series, you can find it here.)   Go to the File menu on the Eclipse toolbar and hunt down to Android Application Project:     You're going to be asked to name your application, project, a ...
I’ve had the opportunity to use the RIoTboard for a while now and use some of the graphics capabilities available on the board. The board comes bundled with lots of peripherals and has good Android support as expected from an IoT board. I made sure to have the RIoTboard manual and i.MX6 reference manual with me before playing with some graphics apps.   In this post I will be using the Linaro Ubuntu distro provided by RIoT community. We will focus on how to create and run some simple ...