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Minibloq V0.7 Alpha Test Drive – How I programmed an Arduino without writing code.

Written By: Bill Griggs - Jun• 17•11

I took my Arduino for a ride using the new open source Minibloq Graphical Development Interface. As I reported earlier Julian da Silva released the Alpha version of the Minibloq program to his backers on Kickstarter. I got my copy and within minutes I had programmed my Arduino Uno to perform a variety of tasks. I was so impressed by the ease of use that I created a short video  to show you how it works. I plan to release additional video tutorials as the project matures. For more information about this new development Interface check out my blog post about Miniblog.

 

 

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29 Comments

  1. David says:

    That Arduino looks really cool. Do you think you could put an affiliate link on your website, so I could find a good place to buy one?

  2. Bill Griggs says:

    David. I agree Arduinos are really cool. I hadn’t thought about putting a link up, but I will consider it. Thanks for reading.

  3. Caroline says:

    J’aime vraiment votre article. J’ai essaye de trouver de nombreux en ligne et trouver le v?tre pour être la meilleure de toutes.

    Mon francais n’est pas tres bon, je suis de l’Allemagne.

    Mon blog:
    courtier en pret et Rachat de credit immobilier

  4. Bill Griggs says:

    Google translation: I really like your article. I tried to find many online and find v? Be for the best of all.

    My french is not very good, I’m from Germany.

    Caroline, Thank you for the kind words. You may respond in any language that you wish. English is my favorite but if I can get Google to translate it, I will post the Translation to English so more readers can enjoy. I am planning another Minibloq video for next week.

    Bill

  5. guy says:

    Hi,

    I m a french boy, i would.like try minibot can you send

    me please
    Thank youki. Guytou19@gmail.com

  6. The mutuelle says:

    Merci pour ce post. Je viens aussi abordé ce sujet sur mon site. Par la même occasion, je viens de poster ce lien vers cet article.

  7. Bill Griggs says:

    The software has not yet been released to the public. It will probably be in a Beta release in a few weeks.

  8. Bill Griggs says:

    Google Translation: “Thank you for this post. I have also just discussed this on my site. At the same time, I just post the link to this article.”

    Thank you very much for linking to my article.

    Bill

  9. Palmira says:

    Really enjoy the modern appear. I were pleased with this content. Thank you for the nice write.

  10. Edison says:

    Aufschlussreicher Beitrag. Kann nicht schaden, sich mit der Thematik genauer zu beschaeftigen. Ich werde bestimmt weitere Beitraege lesen.

  11. Anet says:

    hehe… this is a cool idea! :)

  12. Great!…

    You know i dont usual comment, but i truly like your blog and i thought i would introduce myself. I have been reading it for awhile but this is my first comment….

  13. Bill Griggs says:

    Thank you for the feedback. I do this because I love it.

  14. Adrea says:

    loool…. that is a cool idea! :)

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