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If you’ve started building embedded IoT devices on the Qualcomm® QCA4020 and Qualcomm® QCA4024, you’ve probably seen how tight your code needs to be. Sure, you get Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5 and Zigbee/Thread connectivity all wrapped up in one compact system on chip (SoC), but embedded development is about making the most of scarce resources. Several developers featured on our Projects page have built tight, embedded apps with the QCA4020 Development Kit, and we have three new projects for you.
And, because showing is better than telling, Moddable has also published three QCA4020 projects based on its SDK.
1. Get started with a Hello World project
Inside the Moddable SDK you’ll find several example apps that demonstrate available modules such as display and sensor drivers, networking and Bluetooth low energy (BLE).
The Piu UI framework allows you to develop beautiful, advanced user interfaces that integrate fonts and images, have responsive layouts, and display smooth, flicker-free animations. The project also shows you how to attach a SPI LCD and use Moddable’s integrated ILI9341 MIPI-compatible display driver.
But I don’t want to steal Moddable’s thunder. The company has put together a trio of developer projects with ample documentation and step-by-step instructions, so head over to our Projects page and take them for a spin.