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Jul
25
A book about mikroC PRO for ARM compiler in Spanish
Posted by Lana Vulic on 25 July 2017 02:22 PM

How is your Spanish these days? Do you know it well enough to introduce yourself, or well enough to read the newspaper? After all, over 400 million people in the world speak Spanish. If you do, you’ll be glad to know that there is a book on programming in mikroC PRO for ARM you can read.

Adichip, our distributors from Buenos Aires were kind enough to let us know about this.

And if you are not so confident with your Spanish, perhaps this is the best chance to start practicing.

MikroC Pro para ARM: STM32F407 Cortex M4

MikroC Pro para ARM: STM32F407 Cortex M4” by Daniel Schmidt will lead you through a series of examples the STM32F407vg microcontroller. 

The book begins with a nice introduction to the ARM architecture, and continues with LED blinking examples, and creating user interfaces with the help of our Visual TFT software.

You can find the e-book edition on Amazon. Browse through the available preview of the book, and get the better sense of what it will teach you.

For more information about our mikroC PRO ARM compiler, see the product page.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Jun
28
Roadmap update – PIC32 compilers will have FreeRTOS support
Posted by Lana Vulic on 28 June 2017 02:32 PM

What will the new release of the PIC32 compilers bring?

Following in the footsteps of the ARM compilers, the PIC32 compilers are going to have support for FreeRTOS. Your compilers will be organized better than a well-behaved bee hive. Arrange all your tasks effectively and systematically.

You already know about our plan to have all the compilers merged with the Visual TFT software. Well, now it’s the PIC32 compilers turn to get this update. Switch from compiler mode to Visual TFT with one button. Just press F12 and you are in a new environment. Drag and drop visual elements, and the compiler will generate the code in the background.

PIC32 compilers release date

We have changed the release date of the PIC32 compilers from July 13 to July 18. From now on all our software releases will be scheduled for a Tuesday.

ARM and PIC compilers Roadmap

We have also updated the ARM and PIC compilers Roadmap pages. So, take a look what is coming your way this year regarding those two.

For more information about the PIC32 compilers, see the Roadmap page.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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May
18
May progress report – Roadmap for ARM and PIC32 compilers
Posted by Lana Vulic on 18 May 2017 01:47 PM

Only last week our software team released the AVR compilers (v7.00), with integrated Visual TFT. And the next minute they transferred on to the task of updating and improving ARM and PIC32 compilers. Like role models for productivity. Find out precisely what has been done so far.

ARM compilers

The release date for the ARM compilers is pretty close now – June 1. You will be able to begin the month with the version 5.1.0.

Hardware debugging improvements have been done for faster debugging from the IDE.

Video material and step by step instructions are prepared for the FreeRTOS, leading you from a blank project towards more complex tasks. You just need to wait until this month is over to see how the video looks like.

Also, freeRTOS is tested on STM, TIVA, and Kinetis.

PIC32 compilers

For the PIC32 compilers, let’s begin with the supported microcontrollers. More than 50 MCUs are going to be supported in the new version of the compilers. You can see the full list on the roadmap page.

The debugging support for all these new microcontrollers is now in the testing phase.

The release date for the PIC32 compilers is July 13.

Keep yourself updated on all our compilers by visiting the Roadmap pages. The Project log on each page reports the latest release changes.

Your comments and suggestions are welcome, so post them here.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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