A low-power, open source, 2.7-inch IoT display powered by an ESP32-S2 module and featuring SHARP's Memory-in-Pixel (MiP) screen technology

Oct 20, 2022

Project update 9 of 9

Teardown Session Talking About Newt!

by Darian J

Hey guys!

We’re going to be on this week’s (Oct 21) Teardown Session to talk about Newt!

We talked about hardware the last time we were on the show (10 months ago). This time, we’re going to focus on software.

We would love to have you join the livestream this Friday, Oct 21st at 12PM PDT.

If you can’t make it, please send in questions ahead of time, by using the "Ask A Question" form.

Here are a few topics that we plan to touch on:

Where does Newt get it’s data from?

We get data from a number of sources, including:

How does the data get to Newt?

The Newt API "framework" is built using three components:

Those three components work together to get data to the Newt.

How do we get feedback from the user community?

We use a number of methods, including:

What are our next software challenges?

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