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Feb
12
Our Valentine's Day Offer starts today
Posted by on 12 February 2016 11:47 AM
  Valentines shouldn't be about material things, but when we put so much time in making all these tools, we tend to develop an attachment. What about you? Order today and your shipment will be packaged with loving care – as always – but in addition, you'll get a 10% discount at checkout. This offer lasts until Monday 12:00 noon CET. Inanimate objects have souls too, at least according to the worldview of some cultures. Those tiny hearts rising to the top of your screen are from click boards waiting to be connected to Easy boards, or to clickers or maybe even to breadboards. Other hearts are from compilers that want to be matched with programmers and debuggers from the same architecture. And each and every one is longing for an owner so that they can fulfil their potential as prototypes or learning tools :)  Yours sincerely,MikroElektronika
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Feb
11
New click packs inspired by Flip & click demos
Posted by on 11 February 2016 09:21 PM
        Last year we introduced Flip & click at Maker Faire Rome. To showcase the potential of four mikroBUS™ sockets on a single board, our Firmware department scrambled to prepare a few demos in time for the event. Upon return, we emptied our suitcases and placed the demos on shelves, relieved to put Rome behind us (we had a great time, but preparations involved a lot of pressure). Now that sufficient time has passed, we realized that it makes sense to introduce new click packs based on those Flip & click demos. Let everyone experience the demos. You save about 10% on four clicks, and if you own a Flip & click, you already have code examples for the Arduino IDE. A cooking controller, a breathalyser, a weather station, and a hi-tech take on the magic 8 ball. Check them out, along with all the previous click packs. Yours sincerely,MikroElektronika
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Feb
10
  Did you know that the Kuwaiti Dinar is the most valuable currency in the world? One Dinar is $3.34 US dollars according to a quick Google search. So, theoretically speaking, if you want MikroE products for the least amount of currency, go to Kuwait and buy from RTC Electronics, or newest distributor. Like many of the newer members of our expanding network of local dealers, RTC Electronics also sell all kinds of electronics, not necessarily limited to development tools. The addition of our boards will hopefully make life easier for students, hobbyists and entrepreneurs in this well-of country. Kuwait holds about 10% of the world's oil reserves. There's probably room for innovation to automate and improve the efficiency of the production as the produce goes from underground to barrel. All sorts of challenges worthy of an engineer. Welcome onboard RTC Electronics. Yours sincerely,MikroElektronika
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Feb
9
Live update for ARM compilers (4.7.1.)
Posted by on 09 February 2016 06:03 PM
  This live update mainly fixes a few specific issues. The majority of users won't notice it, but you should certainly keep your compiler up to date. Let's list the fixes. With the UART library, some STM32F4 MCUs had an issue with wrong values for Receiver Enable bit. Fixed. Value for I2C constants for various STM32 M4 MCUs corrected. As is the I2C multislave problem that occurred with STM32 M0 chips. The I2C library for STM32 M7 also had some tweaks done. Few STM32 M0 and M3 chips had slight problems with Case sensitivity with Math and MathDouble. No longer. Finally, the GPIO library for STM32F42x and STM32F43x now can use ports J and K. If you haven't already, to get this update, use the Help->Check for updates option in your compiler. Yours sincerely,MikroElektronika
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Feb
9
  We mention in our manuals that clicker 2 for STM32 can be programmed with ST Link v2 but we don't dwell too much on the details. If for whatever reason your are inclined to use the ST Link v2 debugger instead of mikroProg for STM32, but didn't know exactly how, use the post from Play Embedded as your guide. Instructions for overriding the read/write protection are also included. The writers use OpenOCD for the command prompt, noting that MSYS2 or Windows CMD can also serve the purpose. There's only one thing we'd like to add. A tip for those who intend to use ST Link with clicker 2 often. To avoid having to connect the debugger and the clicker with wires each time, we recommend the ST Link adapter we built for the purpose. Yours sincerely,MikroElektronika
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