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Extended MDK editions and ULINKplus

  • At Embedded World 2017 in Nuremberg, ARM announced new editions of the popular Keil MDK Microcontroller Development Kit and extensions to the ULINK Debug Adapter Series.


Test Your Ideas with a UI Prototype

  • Prototyping is a great way to test the look and feel of your project. It also provides you with a proof-of-concept that clearly demonstrates the quality of graphics and animations TouchGFX enables.

    With a TouchGFX prototype, we help move your concept quickly to the next stage with a TouchGFX based prototype application that impresses your customers and persuade decision makers.

TouchGFX 4.8.0 - Adding New Features and TouchGFX Designer

  • TouchGFX 4.8.0 has been optimized with our new GUI builder, TouchGFX Designer, along with useful enhancements that help you create innovative GUI applications with stunning graphics fast and easy.

The Importance of Integrating User Experience into your GUI Development

  • Embedded technology is rapidly evolving and so are user demands. Today, it is almost expected that companies offer products that share the look, feel, and functionality of smart devices. It is almost a standard. Because of this, companies will need to raise the bar in the future to offer products that appeal to their users. This means including the latest tech trends that make products more advanced and valuable while still being easy to use.

    To achieve such innovative user-friendly products, we find it essential to include user experience designers in the development process. Lucky for us, we are able to do just that.

Software Archaeology in Practice; Recovering lost behaviour from legacy code

  • A presentation at Embedded World 2017 – by Robert C. Howe, CEO Verum Software Tools BV. 
    Reengineering legacy software is risky, undesirable but nevertheless occasionally unavoidable. The core challenge is to efficiently and effectively uncover the behaviour of a legacy system. At Embedded World 2017, Verum will present a paper entitled “Software Archaeology: Recovering lost behaviour from legacy code”. We will explain how the behaviour of entire legacy (sub) systems can be systematically rediscovered and captured in verifiably complete and correct Dezyne models, which then provide a basis for further reengineering. We will also be demonstrating this technique at our stand. Facing challenges with your legacy code base?  Read more about our presentation..