News this week on the Pi World


Here we are again. This week I have been doing backups of my main computer (sometimes feel that something bad will happen to the hard drive) and other've been testing and correcting the tutorial about RetroArch with OpenELEC, which for me has been the holy grail due I'm a casual player and I use the Pi to watch TV Shows mainly.

Let's see what other things have happened as always, in the weekly summary... Let's Go!

Incidentally, my ODROID C1 is lost in a plane in Korea and still waiting, so no tutorials until come to my home... sniff!

Sample QML Media Player of a QtMultimedia Backend with OpenMAX on Raspberry Pi
  • What is the command line?: These are the tutorials that we like to read occasionally. You always learn something new and if you are a layman in the art of the command line, here's a good dose of history rather than to learn a bunchs of commands. |

  • Programming the ATtiny85 from Raspberry Pi: On you can find ALL KIND OF ARTICLES. Now teach you to program a ATtiny of those little with our Pi. Why do we want as a PC desktop? | > Programming the ATtiny85 from Raspberry Pi

  • Simple Interfaces simples for the Raspberry Pi: This series of tutorials in French I liked so much. They'll teach start with a simple project to turn on/off a few leds via mobile phone and the second more complex than I prefer you see it. The following links are translated into English: Une interface web simple et intuitive pour le Raspberry Pi (1/2) | Une interface web simple et intuitive pour le Raspberry Pi (2/2)

  • Updates on Hardware Accelerated Qt Multimedia Backend on Raspberry Pi: In late December were made available to the public the binaries of these libraries for Back End and be able to create your own menus with graphics acceleration. In this blog you have all the information to use it in your projects. |

Happy weekend!

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