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New Firmware Development Platform for PIC32 MCUs [News]
posted October 9 2014 18:47.27 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Microchip Technology Inc. announced the first release of MPLAB(R) Harmony Version 1.0, a flexible, abstracted, fully integrated firmware development platform for all 32-bit PIC32 microcontrollers. Using Object-Oriented Design it provides a frameworks with software modules to use.

Microchip 19s new MPLAB Harmony framework reduces development time and costs by providing a single integrated platform with Microchip-tested, debugged and interoperable source code that is production-ready while offering an RTOS-independent environment. Additionally, MPLAB Harmony includes a set of peripheral libraries, drivers and system services that are readily accessible for application development. The framework offers many new and powerful features that provide code interoperability with modular architecture that allows drivers and libraries to work together with minimal effort, an integrated single platform that enables shorter development time and easy third-party software integration of RTOS, middleware, drivers, and others into the software framework seamlessly.


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