Title says most of it! After a long period in beta, and much development, version 3 of the device druid ecosystem has been released. There are many new features and widgets but the most important are: Support for nRF5 Bluetooth Low Energy devices (BBC micro:bit, RedBearLabs, Arduino Primo, TinyBLE, hackaBLE, etc)Support Raspberry Pi through bluetooth with DruidBluetooth <-> Python: programming druid in Python the PiAn Android release of the device druid client. Updates to this site, video tutorials and more forthcoming.
Update: out of beta! Version 3 is now out, with windows, linux and android clients available. So this page is now deprecated... With druid, you can give your Arduino project a graphical interface with almost no effort and you can try out the latest version today! Give it a whir and give us some feedback/any bug reports, so it can be extra awesome when released. With v3.0 come a host of improvement, beyond just the nicer look&feel. Major changes include: New inputs, like events, datetime, etc. and other widgets; New tracked variable views (graphical and text), which you get to associate and place wherever you choose; Druid Builder is now available online--no more installs, works for any OS; Upcoming network and bluetooth access, upcoming mobile clients, and more... Test Drive…
My ideal xmega development board as it's completely application agnostic. It offers access to every pin and has easy to use FTDI access to 5 UARTs, plus 2 SPI and 2 I2C ports. There a no less than 5 ways to power the board, and it can convert anything between 3.6 - 15VDC to either 3.3V or 1.8V to suit the application, and it has some useful UI elements (LEDs and switches) that can be tied into any pin. I love this board and get lots done with it!
This is a board that was created as part of a larger project, a modular power system that provides regulated voltages and manages the LiPo battery. Particularly cool bits are the USB-C integration and the wireless charging. There's a demo of the board in action available, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Na4Ped4XoXM
This is modelled PCB for a project that's still in the works at the time of this writing. It's a Raspberry Pi Zero W extension board, compliant with the HAT specification, that adds a host of features to the Pi... more details once the project is actually made public by the client.