Knott kindly spotlighted the release of our new and improved Crescendo 2.0 framework.
Adelyte, an Atlanta-area Crestron Service Provider (CSP) started in 2005, has introduced Crescendo 2.0, an updated version of its open-source framework for programming Crestron control systems in SIMPL Windows for the Crestron platform.
The free program, which sits on Github, is designed to create a scalable program with features and data control found in refined systems—with a lot of heavy lifting done for the integrator. Crescendo is a fully-modularized framework—not a pre-defined program with complex folders of nested logic symbols. It provides the building blocks to deploy programs that precisely adhere to (and document) system designs.
The updated software includes a full scope-of-work demo program that offers a complete working system with rooms, areas and features.