GenevaSTMicroelectronics introduced a self-contained, pre-programmed evaluation package, the STM32 Primer, for the recently-announced STM32 flash microcontroller family, which is based on the ARM Cortex-M3 core.
It includes an innovative user interface, games, and other features to introduce new users to the family, as well as Raisonance software tools for advanced development and programming.
The STM32 Primer, a hand-held evaluation and development tool, is designed to provide a fun and easy introduction to the powerful features of the STM32. Its compact, stylized circular design, including a window through which the STM32 chip is visible, is matched with sample applications, including two games, access to a dedicated on-line community for sharing resources and experiences, and a RIDE7 integrated development environment.
The kit includes evaluation and development hardware with pre-programmed STM32 device, in-circuit debugger/programmer, and software package (RIDE, GNU C/C++ compiler for ARM) to enable in-circuit debugging/programming of a target device.
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