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Let us now present you with the broad Torizon ecosystem by pointing out remarkable resource entry points for you to develop your project.
In this section you will:
For this Quickstart Guide:
For the impatient, here is a list of articles that show you how you can easily integrate, pack, and load a customized TorizonCore image for your application:
And then, if you want to have a deeper look at our resources for Torizon, check the section below.
The Torizon software page is our main entry point to Torizon - it even points readers to this Quick Start guide.
Browse the sections available to get more information about Torizon. Here are some that you may be interested at:
See here a list of articles that will present the Torizon container list, among some samples and details on how to customize the container images.
Take a look at the Kiosk Mode Browser with TorizonCore, for example, and see how you can easily create a web-based application to start automatically.
|Deploying Container Images to TorizonCore||Learn how to deploy your application on different phases of the development|
|List of Container Images for Torizon||A brief overview with a list of containers and links to additional resources|
|Debian Containers for Torizon||Toradex provides several base containers as a friendly starting environment|
|TorizonCore Containers Tags and Versioning||Learn more about the tags and environment variables from TorizonCore containers|
|Modifying TorizonCore Debian Based Container Images||How to install packages and modify a base container for custom application startup|
|Kiosk Mode Browser with TorizonCore||How to use the Kiosk Mode Browser to display web-based Graphical User Interfaces (GUI)|
|Qt Debian Container for Torizon||Example how to bring up a Qt container for Torizon|
See here a list of container images provided by some of our partners, in which you can see a quick evaluation of their products.
|Partner||Demo Container||Brief Description|
|Codesys||Codesys PLC Runtime||CODESYS programmable logic controller (PLC) demo runtime on a Torizon container and how to use it|
|Crank Software||Crank Storyboard||Crank Storyboard allows you to build embedded systems optimized, rich GUI on a cross-platform IDE|
|TotalCross||TotalCross SDK||TotalCross is an easy-to-use Open Source SDK aiming the fast designing of beautiful Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) for multiple platforms|
We have also some interesting sample containers, in which you can see how to configure the execution of Node-RED, a well-known graphical programming tool through a web-based interface, and we also show how to work with multiple containers.
|Node-RED||Node-RED||How to get started with Node-RED on Torizon|
|InfluxDB||Using Multiple Containers with TorizonCore||How to run multiple containers using InfluxDB and Grafana as examples|
|Grafana||Using Multiple Containers with TorizonCore||How to run multiple containers using InfluxDB and Grafana as examples|
Torizon OTA is the recommended OTA method for Torizon, our easy-to-use embedded Linux platform.
Some Toradex projects are born in Toradex Labs, as the Torizon OTA mentioned previously.
We invite you to stay up-to-date with our latest developments, including new projects related to Torizon, by visiting the dedicated website:
Subscribe to the TorizonCore Roadmap to stay always up-to-date with the latest BSP developments.
There you will be able to keep a watch on bug-fixes, improvements, and new features.
If you find any issue, please report at our Toradex Community (detailed below), so we can analyze, diagnose, prioritize, and work on it.
You can find answers to thousands of technical questions at our Toradex Community.
And if you don't find what you are looking for, feel free to open a new question so our Developers and Field Application Engineers will assist you in your issue.
Not to mention that you can always contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll be glad to discuss your project.
You can see a list of all webinars about Torizon presented so far here.
They will cover topics from the Torizon presentation itself, but you'll also find webinars about Security, Python development, Computer Vision and Machine Learning, among others.
Toradex has a vast resources ecosystem that includes but is not limited to Torizon. We encourage you to keep an eye on them:
We from the Toradex team, and especially all of us involved in Torizon, thank you and wish you have a great experience ahead in developing your project.
Yours Truly, The Toradex Team