Sep 09, 2013 - Byte Works, Inc. is announcing a 40%-off Sale for techBASIC and techBASIC App Builder to coincide with the O'Reilly Media Webcast "Connecting to Arduino with a WiFly and iPad or iPhone." techBASIC is the technical computing environment for the iPhone and iPad. techBASIC App Builder is the companion Macintosh app that gives iOS App Developers the ability to write a program in techBASIC on the iPhone or iPad. The sale will end on Saturday, September 14.
Aug 19, 2013 - techBASIC Sampler unlocks the secrets of the iPhone and iPad showing how easy it is to access electronics and sensors, perform complex math functions, and create interactive graphs by providing free working apps and the accompanying source code. The Sampler contains all the features of techBASIC except the ability to write or change programs. This gives users a great way to check out how powerful and easy it is to use techBASIC before purchasing it.
Apr 16, 2013 - techBASIC 3.0 and Building iPhone & iPad Electronics Projects from O'Reilly Media show how easy it is to connect iOS devices to external electronic gadgets. Included are numerous hands-on projects showing how to create real-world Arduino, sensor and Bluetooth low energy apps for iOS devices using techBASIC. The early release version of the book is available in Ebook format from the O'Reilly website.
Feb 12, 2013 - Albuquerque-based developer, ByteWorks, Inc. today announces techBASIC 2.6 for iOS, an important update to their comprehensive software development environment for programming, data collection, displaying sophisticated interactive graphics, and analyzing data. techBASIC version 2.6 supports the TCP/IP, HTTP and FTP protocols. iOS App Developers now have the ability to write a program to connect networks using WiFi from their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Jan 14, 2013 - Albuquerque-based developer, ByteWorks, Inc. today announces techBASIC App Builder, giving iOS App Developers the ability to write a program in techBASIC on the iPhone or iPad, compile it under Xcode with the techBASIC App Builder, and sell it on the App Store. techBASIC's technical computing environment makes it easy to create apps with interactive graphics, access internal sensors, and connect to external devices with Bluetooth low energy.
Nov 01, 2012 - iPhone model rocket fight shows hobbyists how easy it is to access to Bluetooth low energy on iOS Devices with TI's SensorTag and techBASIC. A small rocket was flown with the TI SensorTag secured in the payload bay while an iPhone running techBASIC was recording data safely on the ground. The second rocket flew with both the iPhone and the TI SensorTag on board. During the rocket flights the TI SensorTag recorded acceleration, rotation, and pressure data and passed the data to techBASIC.
Aug 20, 2012 - ByteWorks, Inc. today announces techBASIC 2.3, an important update to their technical computing environment designed for collecting, analyzing and displaying sensor data on iOS. Version 2.3 introduces full Bluetooth Low Energy support, enabling users to write programs to control the Internet of Things right from the iPhone or iPad. Hobbyists and scientists can now connect wirelessly to BLE devices for sports and fitness, heath care, electronics, security and home entertainment.
May 22, 2012 - Albuquerque-based developer, ByteWorks, Inc. today announces techBASIC 2.2 for iOS, an important update to their comprehensive software development environment for programming, data collection, displaying sophisticated interactive graphics, and analyzing data. The new capabilities added in techBASIC 2.2 give professionals and students access to powerful technical computing software. Version 2.2 adds new features for solving complex mathematical functions with ease and accuracy.
Apr 17, 2012 - techBASIC 2.0, from the Byte Works, Inc., the iPad and iPhone Science, Technology, Engineering and Math app for the classroom and lab now has GUI programming, making it a perfect platform for students to learn to program. techBASIC brings scientific programming and interactive graphs with a matrix-rich implementation of BASIC to mobile devices, capabilities that used to be limited to desktop programs costing thousands of dollars.