Microcontrollers

4D Workshop IDE

The 4D Workshop IDE development environment offers many tools for quickly and conveniently creating modern user interfaces based on 4D Systems hardware. In other words, this program allows you to implement the necessary menu management and display information. The software includes four different modules, the choice between which is carried out depending on the tasks and qualifications of the user: The Designer environment allows you to program a selected controller only by writing code based on the 4DGL language; The Serial module allows you to control the display from any microcontroller or device with a serial port;

eXtreme Burner - AVR

The eXtreme Burner AVR application is extremely easy to use and is suitable for beginner radio amateurs. This software is not a shell for avrdude , but is a full-fledged Windows GUI software aimed at working with USBasp USB-based AVR programmer. In addition, this application is able to interact with some third-party programmers that are connected to a computer via USB-port.

SinaProg 2.0 - AVRDUDE-GUI with AVR Fuse Calculator

AVRdude, the most powerful console program for flashing microcontroller devices, is extremely inconvenient in its “pure” form, since developers need to constantly write fairly capacious lines — keys to set the main parameters (some of which, in particular, fuse-bits, still need to be calculated ). To solve this problem, a small utility SinaProg was created. Unlike similar software, SinaProg has the support of a huge number of programmers. It works equally well with powerful atmelovskih devices, and with the simplest devices, consisting of only a few wiring. Any programmer supported by AVRdude, even if it is not in the list of available SinaProg devices, can easily be added to the database and configured.

MicroCode Studio Plus

Integrated Development Environment MicroCode Studio Plus is a convenient and functional application for writing and editing text programs for microcontrollers of the PIC family. In addition, the application allows you to compile programs into machine code, write them using the programmer to the microcontroller and implement in-circuit programming with the support of the built-in bootloader.

mikroBasic

mikroBasic includes a BASIC compiler, code editor, debugger, a set of libraries for working with peripheral devices (I2C, RS-485, UART, SPI, USB, OneWire, PS / 2, etc.), as well as a number of ready-made examples that can be used in custom applications. The interface of the development environment is quite convenient, the creation of new projects takes place in an interactive mode. All features of mikroBasic are described in detail in the reference guide distributed with the program.

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