Advanced Visual Developer
Empowering Amiga(tm) Developers
Official AmigaONE X1000 Beta Test Member
Contributor to A1200.NET new Amiga 1200 Cases, and new Compatible Keycaps projects
New Amiga retailer serving the US and Canada
Welcome to BITbyBIT Software Group LLC!
Specializing in development tools for AmigaOS4(tm)
June 6th, 2017:
The Xena Research Project Blog translated to French
David Brunent of "L'Amiga au maximum Obligement" has translated
The Xena Research Project Blog into French. Thanks David.
Check it out here: The Xena Research Project Blog [French version]
May 24th, 2017:
AmigaONE X5000 review published on Ars Technica
A new review of the AmigaONE X5000 machine has been published on the
massive technology related news site, Ars Technica.
I was asked to contribute some general information about the Xena chip
on these machines to Jeremy Reimer, the author of the article. He had
to trim down the Xena information quite a bit to fit his publisher's
requirements, but he was nice enough to include a direct link to my
Xena Research Project Blog. He even almost spelled my last name correctly. ;-)
Thanks to Jeremy Reimer for writing the review, and a big thanks to
the guys at Amiga On The Lake for providing the X5000 machine
for Jeremy to use for the article.
Check it out here: AmigaONE X5000 review on Ars Technica
May 9th, 2017:
The Xena Research Project Blog - A new series
The first article in my new Blog series on developing for the Xena and Xorro
has just been published on the Amiga On The Lake website (see the link below).
This series will chronicle my research and development into the XMOS programmable
multi-core microcontroller "The Xena Chip", that is present on the AmigaONE X1000
and X5000 machines. I will be discussing what this new hardware is and how to
develop for it.
The results of this effort will go into integrating visual programming of
Xena chip into AVD, which all owners of the commerical AVD suite will
have included for free.
Check it out here: Xena Research Project
May 1st, 2017:
New Amiga 1200 cases arrive today!
I just wanted to share the news that all four of my brand new A1200 Cases arrived in the mail today!
Here are some quick pictures of the cases I ordered: Original White, Black, Transparent, and Orange.
New A1200 Case in White
New A1200 Case in Black
New A1200 Case in Transparent
New A1200 Case in Orange
This will make great project cases. Next step, new keyboard keycaps to match. :-)
March 26th, 2017:
FREEWARE version of SDK Browser now bundled with X5000 machines from Amiga On The Lake!
I am happy to announce that we have reached an agreement with
the great new Amiga retail store for the US and Canada
Amiga On The Lake to have the SDK Browser [FREEWARE Edition]
pre-installed on all AmigaONE X5000 machines that they ship!
The freeware edition of the SDK Browser is also now available directly
from the Amiga On The Lake store as well.
Check them out here:
AmigaONE X5000 Bundle (Including the SDK Browser)
SDK Browser software on Amiga On The Lake
Also don't forget to check out (and SUBSCRIBE) to Amiga On The Lake's YouTube channel as well.
The latest videos can be found on YouTube here: Amiga On The Lake Videos
I got my issue of Amiga Future 125 (March/April 2017) a few days ago
March 19th, 2017:
SDK Browser v2.1 reviewed in March/April issue of Amiga Future.
and was happy to see the review of the SDK Browser v184.108.40.206 in print!
Thanks to all the guys at Amiga Future for continuing to put out this
great magazine and for printing both English and German versions.
Also special thanks to Michael Christoph and Manuel Zehr for taking the
time to review release 2 of the SDK Browser.
Get your copy here: Amiga Future
Feb 19th, 2017:
Maintenance release of the SDK Browser v220.127.116.11 available now.
Visit the SDK Browser About page for more details.
Fixed a bug which was preventing the SDK Browser from being
launched from the CLI, if the SDK Browser binary was
not in the same directory it was being launched from.
Bug reported by: James Jacobs (Amigan Software).
The SDK paths for the MUI development files (SDK:MUI/...)
have now been updated in this version to match their new
location in AmigaOS SDK (53.31). All paths can still be set
or overridden using their respective Tool Types.
- Download the FREEWARE version of the SDK Browser v18.104.22.168 Here:
SDK Browser v22.214.171.124 [Special FREEWARE Edition]
- Registered owners of the SDK Browser, please download the updated version
via your personalized download links.
- AVD Owners / Beta Testers can find the latest SDK Browser for AVD [BETA]
in the Members Only area as normal: Members Only Area
Feb 4th, 2017:
Amiga On The Lake adds BITbyBIT Software Group to AOTL Donations
US based Amiga Retailer "Amiga On The Lake" is breaking new ground in supporting the
Amiga developer community with their AOTL Donations plan.
Amiga On The Lake is generously matching all donations they gather by 20%,
and sending 100% of those funds directly to a small (but growing) group of Amiga developers.
Equally generously, they have now added BITbyBIT Software Group to the list
of supported developers in Group 1 to help further the development of the FreeAVD project
and its components: The SDK Browser [FREEWARE Edition], the AVD Template, and of course the FreeAVD Suite itself.
Personally, I am thrilled to have a new Amiga retail store back in the United States again!
Check out more here: AOTL Donations
Also, see their YouTube introduction video here: AOTL Introduction Video
Jan 24th, 2017:
SDK Browser [FREEWARE Edition] now available on the AMIStore
The FREEWARE edition of the SDK Browser is now able to be downloaded directly via the AMIStore application on your AmigaOS4 machine.
The commercial version will also be available via the AMIStore as soon as possible.
Jan 6th, 2017:
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
||BlitterWolf published a Interview with yours truly on their recently returned Blog site. You can check it out here:
Interview with Jamie Krueger
||I am currently working out the details of publishing the SDK Browser on the AMIStore. If you run the AMIStore application on your OS4 machine, you may see this icon for the SDK Browser already up there.
Here a quick recap of 2016 events:
||A-EON hires BITbyBIT Software Group LLC to write some new software for AmigaOS4(PPC) and AmigaOS3(68K)
- The first new update to the SDK Browser released in ten years.
- Development resumes on the AVD/FreeAVD project after a few years of working on non-Amiga projects.
- Check out the Archive NEWS: for  for more details.