Recently I saw a post mentioning Blockly. A web based, graphical programming editor.
I liked this project and using the Arduino version of Blockly, BlocklyDuino, I created a Propeller version: BlocklyProp.
It's in it's very early stages and doesn't contain a lot yet but I'm working on it every evening.
Propeller-load from the PropGcc toolchain and compile using OpenSpin.
If anyone has advice, feature propositions, criticisms or want to participate. Please let me know.
I can find the COM port on which the propeller is connected, and you are able to compile. (Loading into ram or eeprom is my next task.)
Blocks currently available:
- read pin value
- write pin value
- wait for x-milliseconds
- repeat forever
- repeat x-times
- conditions (if, elseif, else)
- numeric compare
- boolean operations
- numeric operations
- bitwise operations
- Debug LCD
I will update this as I go along.
My last build can be downloaded from: http://owncloud.creatingfuture.eu/public.php?service=files&t=0eae565db031cd3ca3f1163de91c5984
You can see the application on http://blocklyprop.creatingfuture.eu/index.html