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Embedded Development

Raspberry Pi examples with click boards™

13 Nov , 2017  

Pi 3 click shield connects the world largest collection of add-on boards – click boards™ with one of the today’s most popular embedded platforms – Raspberry Pi. Here you can find library examples written in Python, a powerful language recommended even for the programming newcomers. With Pi 3 click shield you are adding two mikroBUS™ sockets to […]

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Compilers Roadmap Update

ARM Compilers Roadmap

20 Sep , 2017  

mikroC, mikroBasic, mikroPascal for ARM What’s new and what progress has been made: We’ve added nearly 300 new microcontrollers: 249 STMicroelectronics, 14 Texas Instruments, and 18 NXP Semiconductors (Kinetis). All the hardware modules of the new supported MCUs have been completed and tested. We’ve merged Visual TFT into the compiler’s IDE and started with the […]

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Embedded Web Server as Smart House Application

30 Aug , 2017  

A quick look at your phone and you know the temperature in your living room. One text message turns the lights around the whole house, and another one regulates the thermostat. It’s a simple truth that smart home devices make our lives easier. So, why wouldn’t you try to make a smart home application yourself? […]

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Compilers Roadmap Update

AVR Compilers Roadmap

29 Aug , 2017  

The new 7.0.1 version of AVR compilers merges Visual TFT, the GUI design tool, with the compiler. Release date: August 29, 2017 IDE build: 7.1.0 Command line build: 7.0.0 List of features applies to all three languages (mikroC, mikroPascal, mikroBasic) unless specified otherwise. Make sure you have the latest version of the AVR compilers while you wait […]

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HowTos, Software

Tips&tricks for your next Visual TFT project

3 Aug , 2017  

Since almost all our compilers are now merged with Visual TFT (PIC, dsPIC, PIC32, AVR, and FT90x), we have prepared a quick tips&tricks video about working in the merged version of the software. Learn everything from how to start a Visual TFT project and set the development board definitions, how the align the toolbar and […]

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Compilers Roadmap Update

PIC32 Compilers Roadmap

28 Jun , 2017  

mikroC, mikroBasic, mikroPascal for PIC32 The new version of PIC32 compilers will merge Visual TFT, the GUI design tool, with the compiler. Release date: July 18, 2017 IDE build: v4.00 cmd line build: v4.00 List of features applies to all three languages unless specified otherwise. Make sure you have the latest version of PIC32 compilers […]

Compilers Roadmap Update

PIC Compilers Roadmap

28 Jun , 2017  

mikroC, mikroBasic, mikroPascal for PIC v7.1.0 The new version of our most popular compilers integrates Visual TFT, the GUI design software. Release date: TBD IDE build: TBD cmd line build: TBD List of features applies to all three languages unless specified otherwise. Make sure you have the latest version of the PIC compilers while you […]

User Manual

Starting a project with FreeRTOS – video tutorials

6 Jun , 2017  

FreeRTOS support has been implemented in the mikroC PRO for ARM. You’ll be able to create amazing projects. Our compilers are designed in a way that makes sure you time is valued. FreeRTOS will offer you the option of managing multiple tasks. You just assign the priority to each one and watch the execution. Check out […]

Click Boards

How a click board™ is made – Part 2

31 May , 2017  

Find out how we make, package, and sell click boards™. From soldering and mounting components to selling them all over the world.   This article covers the second part of the process of making a click board™. You can see the first part here. Next time you need some inspiration to be productive, just visit […]

Click Boards

How a click board™ is made – Part 1

30 May , 2017  

We release new click boards™ every day. Have you ever wondered what is the process behind the making of one?   This article covers the first part of the process. You’ll get inside information on how three different teams inside MikroElektronika work on their own, and together, to bring a new click board™ on the […]

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Bluetooth sensor network

24 May , 2017  

With advances in microcontrollers and Bluetooth® technology, creating a network of remote sensor devices that report their data to a control station has become a simple matter. This article will show how to make a small network of 2 sensors and a central device that presents collected data on a screen. It will include step […]

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Matrix RGB click – How to adjust firmware

5 May , 2017  

The main advantage of distributing the open source code is that anyone who gets it can edit and improve the code for his own needs. In this additional article we will look deeper inside how current firmware works, what are the most important points and how to adjust it for your own needs. Main features […]

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Matrix RGB click – 2×2 panels version

13 Apr , 2017  

Almost one year has passed since we released the Matrix RGB click board. That click board became without a doubt one of the most popular ones we have. The wide range of possibilities and easy usage are probably the main reason for its high popularity. On the recently held Embedded World fair, the Matrix RGB click board found […]

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Software, User Manual

Compiler Quick Start Guide

20 Dec , 2016  

Introduction Welcome to the MikroElektronika Compiler Quick Start Guide. The goal of this page is to help you make your first project in the compiler and understand how the IDE operates. Our examples will help you along the way. We will take you through all the steps, one by one, and show you how simple and […]

Hexiwear communicates over SMS

Click Boards

Enhance Hexiwear with GSM 4 click

15 Dec , 2016   Video

MikroElektronika already offers a wide range of click boards for GSM communication. GSM 4 click is the latest one. Like its predecessor 3G SARA, it carries a u-blox module. The difference between these two click boards is that GSM 4 supports 2.5G and 3G SARA supports 2.75G. You can get more information about GSM generations on […]

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