More exciting news, ARM have added support for our DipCortex platform to their mbed online compiler.
The ARM mbed team contacted us a month ago to talk about our DipCortex range with a view to expanding the mbed platform to support it. We got them a few of our prototype DipCortex’s and today they enabled it.
The big difference between mbed and other IDEs is that the compiler is online, you use it via your browser and your projects live in the cloud. This also has the advantage of there being many library’s for existing devices that shouldn’t require too many changes to get working, if any.
From today mbed users can now select which platform to build their code against, build the project which downloads a .bin file. This can then be dragged and dropped on to a DipCortex in boot mode.
Our next challenge is to port the CC3000 stack we have working with LPCxpresso to mbed. Stay tuned for more updates!