The first one is Compute!s 128 Programmer’s Guide.
Added is the Joystick Breakout, which is a small board where you can do measurements on signals to/from the joystick ports. It’s meant for development and/or diagnostics, if you find more uses for it, please let me know 🙂
Both a male and female DB9 connector for wires is needed.
I’ve also done a lot of cleanup on Github, normalizing directory names, streamlined the products etc. This should make it easier to identify if you have many projects in the same folder.
There are quite a few products on their way, once I’ve tested them that is.
If you missed out on the kickstarter, on this awesome enclosure, you can sign up to get one from the next batch.
Head over to https://www.checkmate1500plus.com/ and check out what options you have.
You can find the tutorial here: