In recent years, we’ve seen a significant rise in the number of engineers using 32-bit devices both in the home and in their place of work for a varied range of projects. Earlier this year, we began support for 32-bit PIC devices in Flowcode version 7. This week, we a further exciting development to announce.
Users of Flowcode 7 can now program chipKIT boards directly as we now support the chipKIT bootloader. To find out more about how you add this support to your Flowcode licence, check out this topic on the Matrix forum from the development team: http://www.matrixtsl.com/mmforums/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=18330.
Did you know, we also have a Flowcode 7 bundle (see image above) which includes a specially discounted Flowcode licence and hardware including the chipKIT® uC32®, which is perfect for low cost entry into 32-bit PICmicro development and is great for students who want to continue their studies at home or for engineers who need to develop prototypes of electronic systems quickly.
Check this bundle out here: http://www.matrixtsl.com/webshop/flowcode-7-chipkit-bundle.html
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