Do you need to open and close your Shopify store on demand to match your business hours? are you working on a new site and want to temporarily disable the checkout? Then we have just released the app for you! tecsploits Store Shutter is now live on the shopify app store and will let you open and close your store on demand, no theme changes or code required!
We are excited to announce that we will soon be launching are first Shopify Application ‘Store Shutter’ that we hope to be available in the next few weeks on the shoppify store, its designed to allow shops and resturants to use shopify as a contactless payment system, allowing you to open and close your shopify store when you dont want to take anymore orders! Get in touch if you want more info!!
Its been a while since my last post but im back to work now on several new projects so watch this space! My latest project is a remote controller for Plex Media Clients which available to download on the Google Play store! Its compatible with Sony Smart Watch 2 and lets you navigate the menu’s on your plex clients and start / stop / play / pause your media all from your watch!
You can find the app on google play if you have a Smart Watch 2 download it and let me know what you think! Ill be porting it to android wear over the next few days
The walk through guide is ready to show you how to create your own Raspberry Pi LED matrix powered by the STM32F4 Discovery board! Keep your eyes peeled for next weeks post on creating a H-bridge motor controller and powering it using pulse width modulation from the STM32F4 Disciovery
Its been a little while since my next post – mainly because I’ve been working on site to setup the new members downloads area – hope you havnt had to much trouble downloading the samples over the last few days 🙂
Im now back in the thick of it trying to get to grips with the hd44780 LCD display, its a work in progress at the moment but below is a little sneak peak – so far I’v only managed to power it on! But in the next few days expect to see a new addittion to the STM32F4 Discovery series I’ve been working on that will go into detail on how to use this little board to drive the LCD display!
check out the new free downloads section where email subscribers can get access to all the free code examples in one central place, All you need to do is enter your email in the box on the right to get access to the free code!
The next post on the STM32F4 Discovery is ready that covers how to use pulse width modulation to control the brightness of an LED, why not give it a try?
As always I’d love to get your feedback so why not try the new contact form with any comments or ideas! – and I almost forgot, why not try the new subscribe button to be sure never to miss a post again!