Hi again to all the amazing readers of this blog! Well guess what, I am still stuck with the programming code of my NeoMatrix Demo. I think it all started with a bad choice of importing the program and libraries from the mbed to KDS. 😦
You can refer to https://mbed.org/ for other programs if you guys want to try.
Well in my last blog I told you about importing the projects and then building them. Well that was what I was trying to do but it turns out that it is not a good idea. I still have a compilation error which is there probably because of a missing assembly. Debugging the code can sometimes be really frustrating for me. 😐 So, I have decided to start from the scratch and write the code in Kinetis Design studio with the help of the Kinetis SDK. There is already the gpio example for FRDM-K64F available under the driver examples folder in KSDK_1.2.0
I think writing code in KDS is a better option because now I do not have to worry about any missing libraries that I might have while importing the program from mbed. I found the gpio example really interesting to start from as it already has a code defining the gpio pins and I am thinking of just blinking the LEDs on my Adafruit Neomatrix instead of using my demo program to show various patterns. I guess it is a better way to start from the basics and proceed to the advanced level. So, in my next blog I will try my best to come up with small but working code. 🙂