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SEGGER makes it easy to add support for new devices to J-Link and Flasher

The new SEGGER Device Support Kit makes it even easier to add support for new devices to SEGGER’s J-Link debug probes and Flasher programmers. The kit comes with all files required to create an end-user package to add devices to J-Link and Flasher. Included is a ready-to-go example with source code as well as a template to easily create an installer.

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SEGGER and Geehy partner to fully support the APM32 series MCU

As part of a partnership with Geehy Semiconductor, SEGGER’s J-Links debug probes, as well as its family of Flasher in-circuit programmers, fully support the Geehy Polaris APM32 series MCU. Geehy and their customers now enjoy the benefits of J-Link Prime with these devices being supported right out of the box.

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SEGGER’s open BigFAT specification breaks FAT's 4GB per file barrier

SEGGER’s BigFAT specification, which enables any third party to store files larger than 4 GB on standard FAT media, is now publicly available. This specification is not encumbered by any patents and can be used freely, along with the supporting tools.

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C++ pitfalls – Memory allocation from interrupts

Modern C++ programming very much abstracts what is happening “under the hood” – i.e. what code the CPU is actually executing. This is nice for the programmer … if it works well. Unfortunately, C++ also introduces a stability problem in embedded systems. Many programmers are unaware of this problem. This post gives some background, explains the problem and presents a solution.

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AppWizard Tutorial — Wheel Object

In a series of tutorials, each widget of the award-winning AppWizard will be introduced. This video shows how to create a Wheel Object.

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AppWizard Tutorial — Visual Studio Simulation

Learn how to use the Visual Studio Simulation with the SEGGER emWin AppWizard.

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NXP TechDays Boston 2022

Boston, MA, USA September 29, 2022

Join us from September 29, 2022, at the NXP Tech Days in Boston, MA, USA.


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