That guide explains how to control an Arduino Uno connected to a Raspberry Pi. The Pi is then controlled by Wyliodrin.
If this is what you want to do, then you just have to follow the guide but use your MicroView in place of the Arduino Uno. You will need to load the Arduino.ino
file into your MicroView, as instructed on page 80 of the guide. Then, with the MicroView connected to the Raspberry Pi using a USB cable, you should then be able to control the pins of the MicroView using Wyliodrin.
I'm assuming you have a MicroView Programmer
or some other USB to serial device for programming your MicroView. This is what you use to connect your MicroView to the Raspberry Pi.
Controlling the MicroView's OLED display using Wyliodrin will be more complicated. A custom sketch for the MicroView will be needed that uses the MicroView library and the Firmata
library so that Firmata commands can manipulate the display.