I’ve written a servo library for the MSP430 Launchpad. It’s available here. You may need to be logged into the editor to use that link.
The library allows you to control 4 servos using a simple call Servo(pin,angle), a bit similar to the Arduino calls. The library could be modified to support PWM in general and more servos.
My MSP430 launchpad online development environment is good enough to launch for general access I think. I’m still calling it a beta. It’s on www.inventortown.com (or by clicking the link above).
I’ve got an alpha of the online editing tool for MSP430 firmware ready at www.inventortown.com. I haven’t opened it for public access yet, but I hope to do so relatively soon. I’m also going to rebrand my blog here to look the same. Any feedback would be great to have.
I’m developing a web solution for editing and compiling/building MSP430 firmware. It’s meant as a simple alternative to IAR and CCS, allowing you to test out concepts without having to install these systems.
I’m planning more advanced features, including sharing of code etc, but it’ll start simple. It uses MSPGCC4 and EditArea. I’ve got a prototype of it working already, but will continue on it later this summer.
I hope to develop a graphical front-end also, similar to modk.it, which is really cool, so that MSP430 can be used by a larger group.