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Getting Started With CommandFusion

This page is list of pages to visit to learn about CommandFusion and our hardware and software solutions.


CommandFusion create automation and control hardware and software.

  1. To learn about who CommandFusion are and what we do visit the About Us Page.
  2. To view typical applications for CommandFusion hardware and software see our Typical Applications Wiki Page.


The CommandFusion iViewer & guiDesigner software allows you to create powerful GUIs (Graphical User Interfaces) for iPhones, iPads, iPod Touch or Android devices. This essentially allows you to use your mobile device to control almost anything.

  1. To learn about getting started with iViewer and guiDesigner see the Quick Start Guide.
  2. To learn the basics of guiDesigner, see the guiDesigner Basics Wiki Page.
  3. To learn how licensing works with guiDesigner and iViewer, see our Licensing Wiki Page.
  4. To learn how to purchase iViewer licenses, see our Purchasing iViewer Licenses Wiki Page.
  5. To see videos and demonstrations of what iViewer is capable of, check out our YouTube Channel.
  6. For example GUI's and more on how to implement certain features, see our Example GUI Project's Wiki Page.
  7. For community based help for CommandFusion hardware see our Software Google Group.
  8. For help from CommandFusion, see our Support Page.


With our hardware you can control your audio/video devices, lighting, security, climate, blinds/curtains, and automate it all!

  1. To learn about the different hardware items, view our Hardware Page
  2. To learn more about the technical aspects of the hardware, visit our Hardware Wiki Page.
  3. Our hardware uses a BUS called CFLink to communicate. To learn about CFLink visit the CFLink Wiki Page.
  4. To learn about the first steps to configuring your hardware, view our Hardware Getting Started Guide & see the Quick Start Video.
  5. To learn about the basics of serial communications view our Serial Communications Knowledge Base Page.
getting-started-with-commandfusion.txt · Last modified: 2013/04/10 01:39 by aaron