Now that we’ve built the sample project and loaded it to a touchpanel successfully, let’s break it! I’m going to be referencing Using the Crestron Template Project to dive deeper into the code.
I haven’t thought about Crestron’s HTML5 since attending Virtual Masters last year. At the time, I was very eager to learn the next generation of UI development. My enthusiasm was squelched a bit when I realized: I needed a TSW-xx60 panel to test with (CH5… Read More
I highly recommend purchasing an external SD card for your Crestron processor. They’re cheap and will increase the lifespan of the flash memory built into the processor. This one was only $10! You can even setup logging to write to it instead:
I wanted to see how much faster the CP4 is versus the CP3, so I wrote a small benchmark program to count prime numbers between 2 and some number. I’ve added a FINDPRIMES command to the console so I can test a few ways. Here… Read More
In this part, we’re going to explore how to interact with Smart Objects from SIMPL# Pro. You’ll need to have an XPanel layout to follow along. You can download my project from GitHub. It looks something like this:
SIMPL is an amazing tool to build control system logic with, but it can bite you sometimes in the way it evaluates a solution. Let me be clear: SIMPL is doing the right thing, but we have to train our brain to think around it… Read More
In the previous post, we created a simple Huddle Room system… but the logic is tightly-coupled, it’s rigid, and I wouldn’t call it a framework. Let’s refactor it!
This series of posts is going to put together some of what we learned in the Simple Sharp Primer and VC-4 posts. For an idea, here is what we’re going to build in Part 1:
One of the coolest features of the new 4-series platform is Crestron has removed the sandbox environment. We’re now free to use modern tools and languages to develop for their devices! In this post, I’ll walk through how to create a new project in VS2019… Read More