MikroElektronika releases STM32 ARM toolchain!

24th May 2012
Posted By : ES Admin
MikroElektronika releases STM32 ARM toolchain!
We are thrilled to announce that entire toolchain for STM32 microcontrollers has been released. We have our way of doing things. Introducing a new vendor doesn't mean just building a development board. It means having the entire development circle covered. Compiler support, libraries, examples, help files, additional software, debuggers and accessory boards. And this is exactly how we did it.
New version of mikroC, mikroBasic and mikroPascal compilers for ARM now include 186 new microcontrollers from STM32, including Cortex-M3 and Cortex-M4. We introduced over 50 libraries and dozens of examples that will get you started in no time. All of you who already own compiler licenses can get double the functionality by just downloading the new compiler version. Others who don't can evaluate the compilers under Demo limit and explore the look and feel before deciding to join the rest of us.

EasyMx PRO v7 for STM32 is amazing. It supports the entire family range of 186 STM32 microcontrollers and it's rich with modules. On-board mikroProg debugger based on ST-LINK v2 will make sure to provide you fast debugging and programming interface. Board is delivered with EasyTFT board which carries 320x240px TFT touchscreen, but the same connector can be used to place standard GLCD 128x64px. Two mikroBUS sockets enable you to use fast growing number of popular Click Boards. Board is delivered with MCU card containing STM32F107VCT6.

Of course, mikromedia for STM32 boards are here too. This time we have introduced two versions - one we call the mikromedia for STM32 M3 carrying STM32F207VGT6 and the other, mikromedia for STM32 M4 carrying STM32F407VGT6 device. Both are equipped with rich multimedia modules, and provided with full set of examples and documentation.

mikroProg for STM32 brings elegance and ease of use that you are used to with other mikroElektronika debuggers. It's based on ST-LINK v2 debugger and will work with mikroElektronika compilers, as well as others. It supports 186 STM32 microcontrollers, as it's on-board version in EasyMx PRO v7 for STM32 board. Price is only $49.

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