In this page I list websites and tools I have used to make this blog. So it may be said that this is my links and acknowledgements page…
Altera – Also one of the world’s biggest FPGA manufacturers. In 2015 Intel completed the acquisition of Altera and now Altera is a business unit within Intel (Intel PSG). All the examples in this blog were done with Quartus and Modelsim-Altera.
Notepad++ – An excellent text editor which I use (along with Vivado built-in editor) to write the code examples on this blog
Syntax Highlighter – An online tool I use to format the VHDL and Matlab examples. The code samples are formatted onto plain HTML.
VHDL code prettifier – To format your VHDL code with many fancy options (works best under Chrome).
Matlab – An incredible set of tools, and one you will have to learn if you are serious on your FPGA career. Used for verification, simulation and co-design with VHDL (and other HDL design languages).
W3Schools – My online resource for HTML – A nice feature they have is an HTML simulator to try your code before embedding it in your site
ToonDoo – Very nice online comics editor – Used for the “FPGA’er” strip
Gifme – Free online tool to make Animated GIFs
YouiDraw – This online SW was used to create this site’s logo and banner