Xojo 2022r4 opens the door for running projects on 64-bit Raspberry Pi ARM boards. Console, Desktop and Web are supported.Comments closed
Tag: Single Board Computer
Starting with Xojo 2018r1, your Xojo apps require the libunwind8 library to be installed on your Raspberry Pi. Here’s how to update your Pi.Comments closed
For XDC 2016 I needed a way to demonstrate a Raspberry Pi app that used the GPIO and updated an LCD character display. But I didn’t really have access to a screen that I could use to show the desktop so that I could run the app. And I could not remotely connect to the Pi because I did not have a good way to get it on the wifi network in the first place.Comments closed
You can develop and build console and desktop apps for the Raspberry Pi using Xojo 2019r1 or later for free.
Download Xojo today and get started with this simple music player app for your Raspberry Pi that can play mp3 and aac (m4a) files from a folder.Comments closed
Bjorn at Einhugur has created a bunch of tutorials for projects you can create using Xojo and a Raspberry Pi.Comments closed
The announcement at XDC 2015 of upcoming Xojo support for Raspberry Pi was greeted with enthusiastic applause. But after the keynote, I had several people come up to me and admit that they did not know what this Raspberry Pi is, so I thought I’d take a moment to give some background.Comments closed