Getting started with eSOM++

Published on March 7, 2018

e-con Systems develops the ARM-based system on modules. Our customers build their end product using our SOM’s. This typically involves evaluating our SOM’s by first buying our hardware development kit. We offer free distributions of Linux Kernel and Android operating systems on all our latest SOM’s. From this year what we want to do is go that extra mile to help our customers reduce their lead time in bringing their design to market with a complete suite of tools. Our suite of tools are completely free and we distribute them as eSOM++.

Once you purchase our SOM’s such as iMX6, you can register yourself on www.e-consystems.com, then log on to https://developer.e-consystems.com to get access to 100’s of frameworks and tools ready to use on your board for your development needs. the eSOM++ suite of tools is carefully handpicked, developed and maintained by a team of firmware engineers at e-con just for you.

If you feel there is something you are looking for and is missing feel free to write to our sales and support team, we are happy to include it for you. We keep adding tools to our developer website on a weekly basis. As of this writing, we have the following developer guides for firmware engineers developing products on our SOM’s absolutely free.

eSOM++ Application Notes

  • Azure-IoT-Cloud-Setup Application Guide
  • Azure-IoT-SDK-on-c Application Guide
  • Azure-IoT-SDK-on-java Application Guide
  • Azure-IoT-SDK-on-nodejs Application Guide
  • Build Linux Image Using Docker
  • AWS-IoT-Cloud-Setup Application Guide
  • AWS-IoT-SDK-on-cpp Application Guide
  • AWS-IoT-SDK-on-embeddedC Application Guide
  • AWS-IoT-SDK-on-java Application Guide
  • AWS-IoT-SDK-on-nodejs Application Guide
  • AWS-IoT-SDK-on-python Application Guide
  • Build Linux Image Using Docker Application Guide
  • IoT-Frameworks Application Guide
  • Developer Tools Application Guide
  • Building Qt-GStreamer for eSOMiMX6 Application Guide
  • Minimal-Console-Image Application Guide
  • Qt-QML-Minimal-Virtual-Keyboard-Program Application Guide
  • Qt-QML-USB-Camera-Stream-Capture-Program Application Guide
  • Qt-QML-Build-Deploy-Run-Steps Application Guide
  • Qt-QML-Dynamic-Loading-Steps Application Guide
  • Qt-QML-First-Quick-Program Application Guide
  • Qt-QML-First-Widgets-Program Application Guide
  • Qt-QML-Develop-Graphs-Steps Application Guide
  • Qt-QML-Image-Viewer-Program Application Guide
  • Qt-QML-Profiling-Quick-Program-Steps Application Guide
  • Qt-QML-Developer-Tools-Usage-Steps Application Guide
  • Qt-QML-Remote-Debugging-Steps Application Guide
  • Qt-QML-Setup-Qt-Creator-Steps Application Guide
  • Qt-QML-Launcher-Program Application Guide
  • Qt-QML-Slideshow-Program Application Guide

We host a bunch of Qt applications with latest Qt releases. We natively support Qt development on our Linux SOMs. If you are interested in other GUI frameworks we can help you build those on our SOM’s.

To reduce you build setup time we support docker that way you can be sure your build works the first time in no time!! We completely understand the hassle of setting up a machine.

For our IoT customers, we have ready to use industry standard IoT protocols on our boards. To name a few we have MQTT, AllJoyn, AMQP, IoTivity, etc.,

For our cloud customers, we have ready to use industry standard cloud protocols on our boards. To name a few we have AWS, Azure, etc.,

For our web development customers, we have ready to use industry standard web servers on our boards. To name a few we have Apache2, NGINX, Monkey, sthttpd, etc.,

For our database customers, we have ready to use industry standard databases on our boards. To name a few we have MySQL, SQLite, pgSQL, etc.,

For our programming customers, we have ready to use industry standard programming languages and scripts on our boards. To name a few programming languages we have C, C++, JAVA, Node.js, etc., To name few scripts we have Lua, Dash, Zsh, etc.,

For our Qt customers, we have ready to use Qt applications on our boards. To name a few programming languages we have an Image viewer, Graphs, QML camera application, Stopwatch application, etc.,

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