I’m always happy to find a new Apple II developer website, but sometimes one will come along that really gets me excited! Such is the case with AppleLogic, a site that says it’s “devoted to preserving the brilliant hardware designs of retired Apple systems”. Wow!
This is sort of a follow-up to the earlier posting about Alex Freed’s Apple II FPGA interface. AppleLogic is where the card originated from and… that card is merely the tip of a very large and ambitious undertaking.
Apparently, an FPGA-based Apple //e is nearing completion, and plans are underway to create FPGA-based Apple IIGS and Apple ///+ machines as well.
The site also features TONS of research material for the true Apple II geek; ROM and ASIC listings, manuals and technical data. This is pure nerdcore — check it out now!