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DrFPGA
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re: NXP offers free emWin graphics with ARM MCUs
DrFPGA   11/25/2011 8:23:56 PM
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Has this been released yet? Any update on when it will be available?

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re: NXP offers free emWin graphics with ARM MCUs
mcsalal   11/19/2011 7:55:49 PM
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I was planning of using the EmWin library in a commercial embedded project build on the NXP LPC17xx Microcontroller. Does this agreement mean I can compile this library for free in my Project?

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re: NXP offers free emWin graphics with ARM MCUs
Nihal_2000   11/14/2011 3:32:14 PM
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This off cource a good move from both of this companys. With this help embedded company's can reduce there development time by at leaset 40%..good luck to all

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re: NXP offers free emWin graphics with ARM MCUs
kendwyerca   9/29/2011 11:36:18 PM
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The agreement actually covers all NXP ARM parts, Cortex M0, M3 and M4, ARM7 and ARM9. This includes the LPC1800 and the dual core LPC4300 plus many others.

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re: NXP offers free emWin graphics with ARM MCUs
Jagdish Bisawa   9/29/2011 4:57:16 AM
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This is a nice move. I see that a lot of semicon companies moving in this direction. They now provide the necessary libraries like Graphic, networking etc. There are similar options available from Microchip & TI ( Stellaris ). I will try to present a comprehensive information about these..let me find a weekend to do this compilation.. :)



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