Do you own a Mac and an Arduino board with the FTDI chip, the most widely used chip in Arduino devices for USB communication? Then you probably know that Apple’s default drivers for FTDI on Yosemite weren’t working correctly. You had to manually download them from FTDI chip site and install them.
You have spent hours and hours to see your project being materialized. From the very first idea, until the compilation of your code. Verification was successful and now it’s time to upload your code in your board and get things moving.
The only thing you don’t need is to lose more time, trying to find your board between our 82 (!!) supported boards list…
A whole year passed since the last time codebender visited MakerCon and MakerFaire.
Our CEO Vasilis Georgitzikis, this time visited the Bay Area, attended MakerCon, the #1 conference for founders of companies in the Maker space, and MakerFaire, the Greatest Show on Earth. A family-friendly festival of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker movement!
Our size has grown big, and codebender was in need for a bigger space in order to support your needs and inquiries!
As of today we have finished moving all the remaining equipment from our old offices to the new super cool ones, and we are fully operational.
codebender welcomes Hummingbird Duo to the list of our supported boards!
Humming Bird duo originally aimed for educational environments and arts classes, but can be also powerful in any kind of project!
It combines a Leonardo with the hummingbird controller, which makes interfacing with motors, servos and pretty much anything you can imagine in a brief.