Nuvoton adds AppWizard code-free graphics to its ARM chips

Nuvoton adds AppWizard code-free graphics to its ARM chips

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By Nick Flaherty

Taiwanese chip maker Novoton Technology has licensed the AppWizard software from Segger Microcontroller in Germany to ease the development of embedded graphics.

Nuvoton customers can now use Segg’s AppWizard across all its ARM Cortex-M microcontrollers and ARM9 and Cortex-A embedded microprocessors, as well as the emWin embedded graphics user interface (GUI).

AppWizard makes it simple to create ready-to-run graphical applications without requiring in-depth knowledge of the emWin graphics library or even the C language for coding. Thi sis key for less experienced developers.

emWin is a high-performance graphics package that is optimized for minimum memory consumption, both in RAM and ROM, as well as for high speed and versatility. It provides high-quality graphic functions and can be adapted to any size physical or virtual display.

“Nuvoton looks forward to extending the partnership with Segger to further enhance the Human Machine Interface solutions using the emWin software, which helps designers complete a professional interface, usually within a day or two, and to generate the corresponding C source code when finished,” said the company, which is a spinout of memory firm Winbond.

“We are very happy to announce the extension of our successful partnership with Nuvoton,” says Ivo Geilenbruegge, Managing Director of Segger. “Both Nuvoton and Segger are keenly involved in the connectivity and communication markets with strong emphasis on IoT and security. We look forward to strengthening our partnership for years to come and to continuing to innovate and enhance our products.”;



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