Category Archives: Software

software that doesn’t fit in the other categories

GrammaTech announces latest version of embedded software analysis tool CodeSonar 4

GrammaTech, Inc., has announced the commercial availability of the latest version of the software analysis tool for C/C++, machine code, and Java – CodeSonar 4. This newest version includes new capabilities for achieving standards compliance, analyzing third-party code, eliminating multi-core issues, and improving code security.

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Jannal Intelligent Design Environment enables creation and testing of Bluetooth, Wi-Fi embedded systems for RTOS

Clarinox Technologies has announced the release of Jannal Intelligent Design Environment, which enables engineers with little RF experience to quickly create and test Bluetooth and Wi-Fi embedded systems for hardware and Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS) combinations.

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Windows CE Development for RISC Systems

Windows Embedded Compact (Windows CE) has many advantages for use in RISC systems over regular Windows, including size, cost, and reliability. RISC systems themselves offer higher performance than rival low-power x86 systems. To get the best of a combination of Windows CE and RISC, it’s important to understand how to build, debug, and deploy applications.

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New Addition to the Rapidly Growing Class of Energy-efficient, Pattery-powered Wearables

New addition to the rapidly growing class of energy-efficient, battery-powered wearables

The 32-bit Giant Gecko MCU from Silicon Labs (http://www.silabs.com), based on the ARM Cortex-M3 core was selected by the well known manufacturer of navigation devices, Magellan (http://www.magellangps.com) for its new Echo smart sports watch. The Echo is based on an “open” GUI development environment called Simplicity Studio.

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How to Produce High Quality C++ Code

How to Produce High Quality C++ Code

High Integrity C++ (HIC++) reached its 10th year milestone. To mark the event, a new major update was published, Version 4.0. This expands the scope to cover C++11 and beyond. The aim is to allow for flexibility and enable the creation of easy to maintain programs by eliminating the issues that arise from compiler differences, programmer style, or confusing language.

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