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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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Mar
20
MINI-M4 for Kinetis — small but powerful development tool
Posted by Lana Vulic on 20 March 2017 05:25 PM

This development board is so small it can be mistaken for high-tech jewelry. But with 40 pins on the MINI-M4 for Kinetis, a USB connector, ARM® Cortex®-M4-based MCU and the DIP40 form factor, you can start any project.

MINI-M4 for Kinetis

MINI-M4 for Kinetis is a small ARM® Cortex™-M4 development board containing the NXP MK64FN1M0VDC12 microcontroller.

The board is pre-programmed with USB HID bootloader, so you don’t need an external programmer.

The onboard MCU has 1MB of Flash, 256KB of SRAM.

Kinetis toolchain

This development board fits perfectly into the Kinetis toolchain. With two clickers, mikroProg™, ARM compilers, Hexiwear and more.

For more information about this compact development board, see the product page.

Yours Sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Mar
10
CEC toolchain – Everything CEC you could need in one place
Posted by Lana Vulic on 10 March 2017 06:25 PM

The new ARM compiler release for mikroC, mikroBasic and mikroPascal brings us support for the CEC1702 MCUs from Microchip. This is the perfect time for us to focus on what the CEC toolchain has to offer.

CEC1702 features

The CEC1702 is a full-featured ARM® Cortex®-M4-based microcontroller with a complete hardware cryptography-enabled solution in a single package. This low-power but powerful, programmable 32-bit microcontroller offers easy-to-use encryption, authentication, private and public key capabilities and allows customer programming flexibility to minimize customer risk.

Adding functionality with clickers

This brings the CEC toolchain to 4 clickers and one mikroProg™. The CEC1302 and CEC1702 clickers offer one mikroBUS™ socket for click board™ connectivity, while clicker 2 for CEC1302 and clicker 2 for CEC1702 offer two (as one might guess from the name of each product).

The two-seater option offers far more possibilities, you can combine all the click boards™ in our shop and come up with a truly unique and impressive project. With more than 270 clicks currently available, and the number is always expanding, you have more than 36000 combinations.

So there is no need to hold yourself back, let your imagination be the king for once, and create something original.

The CEC toolchain offers the mikroProg™ for CEC as well. The mikroProg™ supports all CEC ARM® Cortex™ M3 and M4 devices.

For more information see the CEC toolchain page.

Yours Sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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