It's been a while since the last update, but I have some exciting news to share with you.
Lucid and the Mojo IDE
For the past 14 months, I have been working hard on the new Mojo IDE that supports a new hardware description language, Lucid, that was designed to help make working with FPGAs more enjoyable and easier to learn.
The Mojo IDE has a ton of helpful features such as auto-complete, real-time error checking, auto-formatting, and a library of components for you to use in your own projects.
When we first announced Arduino compatibility for the Mojo, we had to exclude the Mojo V2 since the ATmega16U4 wasn't supported by the Arduino IDE. However, we have lifted this restriction with our plugin for the Arduino IDE version 1.6.x.
You will have to program the Arduino compatible bootloader into your Mojo V2, which requires an external programmer such as an Arduino, or AVR ISP mkII. For more information on updating the bootloader, click here.
As always, thank you everyone for your support!