Hi Guys!
I have made a small GUI with which you can control arduino and perform tasks like analogReads,Digital Outputs etc..and several other tasks too. I made this with an idea to debug Circuits using Arduino. It helps a lot when you need to just study the behavior of a digital device..or sniff through the wiring of the circuit.
You can measure the AnalogValues on the analog Pins too..So,In case you want to check High/Low so, you will get the value as 0 (nearly) for LOW and 1023 for HIGH. similarly..you can measure the analog response of any other nature also..provided the 'Measured'  qty stays less than +5V !
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You do need .NET Framework to run the controlWare.You can download it from: Here!

Step 1: Prepare the Arduino

Nothing much to do..just burn/upload the following sketch. You can download the same from my skydrive:

Now just go ahead and download the same..and upload to the Arduino!

Step 2: Download the GUI

The GUI has been made to work on Windows Only (Sorry Linux Users!) 
You can get the same from:

Now,Go ahead and download it..No Install..just a simple executable!
Run it..enter your comport name and see the led light up!

Go ahead and play with it!

Cheers and happy tinkering!

<p>I am trying to find a copy of your Arduino ControlWare. All the links on instructables.com do not appear to work. Thanks. rkgladney@epbfi.cco</p><p>r</p>
<p>You can check the executable here.</p><p>http://1drv.ms/1FaBBZS</p>
<p>and Arduino code here</p><p>http://1drv.ms/1FtOSPY</p>
Thanks! You do need .NET for it..i will add it in the instructable ! <br> <br>Cheers, <br>Rohit <br>
To run ControlWare, it required the .NET framework 4.0. <br>This is a download link for those who didn't have. <br>http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/confirmation.aspx?id=17851

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