Category Archives: new product
REXIS (Real-time EXecutive for Intelligent Systems) has been released, and now we have a branding logo! RAWRRRR! Thanks to the awesome graphic designer Kurt, from Fantastic Realities Studio!
If you have read the blog on REXIS Examples, or the REXIS documentation, you may have noticed that REXIS supports synchronous message passing API, in addition to the more common asynchronous messaging with mailboxes. Synchronous message passing is not a … Continue reading
REXIS is both ImageCraft’s RTOS and a component of the JumpStart IoT Connectivity Suite. It’s powerful yet easy to use. This post is from an excerpt of the forthcoming REXIS User Guide, containing examples to demonstrate REXIS features. As some users … Continue reading
The development world is full of IDE, and “everyone” uses GCC anyway. So how can ImageCraft be better? One way we can achieve excellency is by making tedious or complex things easy to do. For example, there are different floating … Continue reading
JumpStart C++ for Cortex’s built-in debugger now supports semihosting. Your firmware can now use printf calls for diagnostic output without tying up a serial port.
We are about to release ICCAVR version 8.10.00, with support for CRC generation and production ELF file. The latter allows users to specify all the special control bytes (fuse, lockbits etc.) in the C source file and have a single … Continue reading
Since establishing ImageCraft in 1994, we were one of the first, if not the first embedded compiler to include a Windows IDE. In 2009, our V8 release moved our IDE to the latest technological base when we adapted CodeBlocks. However, … Continue reading
The ImageCraft Cortex V8 compiler is now in good enough shape to show to the world. Please click on the “ARM Cortex Compiler Tools” button on our site http://imagecraft.com to visit the Cortex compiler page and to download the Alpha … Continue reading