Microcontrollers

WinPic Programmer

This is a simple program for Win95/98/XP to program the PIC firmware from a HEX-file (the type generated by Microchip's MPLABTM) into a PIC microcontroller. Most modern PICs (like the PIC16F84, 16F628, 12F675, dsPIC30Fxxxx) can be reprogrammed many times, because the program can be erased electrically (the code is stored in a FLASH, not a simple ROM). Some of the "very simple" programmer interfaces can be used, a few of them are described in the manual.

SourceBoost IDE

SourceBoost IDE is a modern development environment that allows rapid development of code. The code can be compiled under one of the SourceBoost compilers, or under under a third part compilers. SourceBoost IDE works under MS Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7.

PIC Simulator IDE

PIC Simulator IDE is powerful application that supplies Microchip microcontroller users with user-friendly graphical development environment for Windows with integrated simulator (emulator), pic basic compiler, assembler, disassembler and debugger. PIC Simulator IDE currently fully supports the following microcontrollers (MCUs) from the Microchip 8-bit PIC Mid-Range architecture product line (selected PIC16F, PIC12F, PIC10F models

AVR calculator

AVR FP and Calculator tool

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Firewing PIC Compiler

The Firewing compiler can be used to program PIC® 18, 24 and 32 bit microntrollers. The Firewing language syntax is similar to that used by VB.NET, so it's really easy to use. Don't let the fact that it based on the VB.NET syntax fool you, the Firewing compiler does not generate interpreted code! It's a true compiler, based around the powerful GCC toolsuite. If you have any questions or would like to know more about Firewing, then please get in touch via the forum. You can view and download sample programs, articles and additional modules from the Firewing wiki.

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