Atollic introduces TrueSTORE for one-click internet download of example projects
News Release from:
18 April 2012
Atollic today announced the opening of Atollic TrueSTORE, a simple, user-friendly service for the discovery and distribution of embedded systems example projects via the internet. The launch of the Atollic TrueSTORE service coincides with the latest release of Atollic's award-winning C/C++ compiler and debugger IDE, Atollic TrueSTUDIO v3.1 next week.
“With Atollic TrueSTORE, we continue to lead the innovation in embedded IDE’s for the benefit of embedded C/C++ developers around the world”, says Magnus Unemyr, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Atollic. “Embedded developers can now choose from hundreds of example projects, and download and install them into the most powerful embedded IDE with just one mouse-click”.
Atollic TrueSTORE is a repository of hundreds of free example projects that are available to suit many different microcontroller-based evaluation boards. Atollic TrueSTUDIO users will be able to quickly find the latest set of available projects on the Atollic TrueSTORE server, and download them into the active Atollic TrueSTUDIO® workspace with just a single mouse-click. This greatly simplifies the development process and allows embedded designers to quickly select a desired project template and have it running on target hardware within minutes.
As the system is based on the real-time discovery of new projects over the internet, new example projects instantly become available to all TrueSTUDIO developers that are using Atollic TrueSTUDIO v3.1 or higher without the need to wait for regularly released software upgrades. In the coming weeks and months Atollic TrueSTORE will be extended with a large number of additional example projects.
With Atollic TrueSTORE, Atollic TrueSTUDIO® developers gain the use of yet another powerful tool within their already comprehensive C/C++ development tool chain, this helping make Atollic TrueSTUDIO® the development tool of choice for professional embedded systems developers.