Atmel® START

Atmel® START is a web-based software configuration platform that helps you get started with Atmel microcontroller development. It allows you to select MCU, configure software components, drivers, middleware, and example projects to tailor your embedded application in a usable and optimized manner. Once you are done you can download the generated code project and open it in Atmel Studio or another third party development tool.

URL: http://start.atmel.com

Features

  • Web based SW, no installation required.
    • Connected with My Atmel, always up to date.
  • Explore software components, examples and complete reference solutions
    • Explore Atmel kits and examples / solutions
    • Repository of software components
      • Atmel-developed
      • 3rd party, and
      • Open Source community
  • Visual software & device configuration
    • Configure middleware and software drivers
    • MCU Pin mux,
    • Peripherals and System clock
    • Automatic generation of clean, readable code, based on the Atmel Software Framework
  • IDE Agnostic
    • Supports code/project generation for Atmel Studio, IAR and Keil
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Documentation

Application Examples

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