New rev of MIKROE’s NECTO multi-architectural IDE includes Microchip’s MPLAB XC compilers and speeds debug over Wi-Fi

Support for 100s of new MCUs from STM and Microchip added

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MIKROE, the embedded solutions company that dramatically cuts development time by providing innovative hardware and software products based on proven standards, has announced that the latest version of its multi-architectural IDE, NECTO Studio 6.1, now includes Microchip’s MPLAB XC compilers for 8-, 16- and 32-bit MCUs. This means that designers can craft intricate firmware and optimize code generation across the broad Microchip product platform.

Comments Nebojsa Matic, CEO of MIKROE: “By including this high level support for Microchip MCUs, designers can compile with ease, whether they are working on a low-power, cost-effective 8-bit application, a precise and efficient 16-bit project – perhaps a robust solution with enhanced performance for automotive electronics – or a high-performance computing design requiring the full computational prowess of 32-bit microcontrollers to build cutting-edge smart appliances.”

NECTO Studio 6.1 also delivers a 50% boost in programming speed  for programming over Wi-Fi, thanks to improvements in CODEGRIP – the world’s first and only embedded programmer debugger over Wi-Fi – which have also been included in the NECTO IDE. CODEGRIP can also be used as a wired connection via USB-C port.

272 additional MCUs from STM and Microchip are also now supported within  NECTO Studio 6.1, and the whole development environment has been given a make-over to make it more intuitive and improve the user experience.


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