In this section, you will find a range of tutorials which will help you get started with the Apalis ARM Family of products and understand more about how to use the range of tools and utilities that we provide.
Unpack and setup the Apalis Evaluation Board. The tutorial provides also an overview of the available interfaces on the Evaluation Board.
In this section, you will find a range of tutorials which will help you get started with the Colibri ARM Family of products and understand more about how to use the range of tools and utilities that we provide.
Unpack and setup the Colibri Evaluation Board. The tutorial provides also an overview of the available interfaces on the Evaluation Board.
Microsoft Embedded Visual C++ (eVC++) is a legacy tool and not supported by Microsoft and Toradex anymore. We recommend to use Visual Studio 2008 or Visual Studio 2013 depending on the Windows CE version you are using. The video Tutorial still uses eVC++, but VS2008 is quite similar to this tool.
Setup the freely available embedded Visual C++ Software Development Environment on your desktop PC. Establish an ActiveSync connection, create and run your first "Hello World" Application on Colibri.
Guide to flashing Linux or Windows CE using recovery mode
Update Bootloader/Image, Save and Clear Registry, Automate Production Setup (Flash file system backup/restore functionality available in Image 3.4beta2 and newer)
Change Display settings, CPU frequency and Flash layout on the fly.
Automatically run programs or copy files to the RAM file system upon Colibri Boot or upon inserting a removable storage device.
Edit the registry to deactivate certain system drivers. Make the changes persistent.
Create a Flash File system on Colibri's on-board Flash memory.
Control the Colibri hardware remotely by your Desktop PC, using ActiveSync.
Inserting a Colibri module using Colibri Fasteners
In this episode we demonstrate the steps involved in powering up our Robin Nano CoM Express™ embedded computer module, which based on the Intel Atom x86 processor. We also take you through the steps involved in transferring Windows Embedded Standard onto the Robin module’s onboard Solid State Disk (SSD - up to 4GB), allowing you to boot Windows directly from the SSD on start-up.