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Java dev platform enhances interfaces for appliances

25 Jan 2013  | Stephen Evanczuk

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Semiconductor manufacturer STMicroelectronics has recently introduced its STM32Java development environment for design of smartphone-like GUIs based on the MVC pattern for kitchen appliances, office machines, industrial tools or medical instruments based on ST's highly efficient STM32 Microcontrollers.

The STM32Java portfolio provides an IDE with Java compiler, several STM32-optimised Java platforms, standard libraries, and related tools. For Java and C interfacing, STM32Java supports the standard Simple Native Interface to call C functions from Java code and Shielded Plug for secure exchange between Java and C processes. The software also includes functionally accurate simulators, starter-kits, and predefined STM32 part numbers for device production.

STM32Java is priced at $2600 per seat per year. ST also provides a STM32J MCU variant—special software royalty-paid STM32 MCUs intended to provide a simplified business model to help speed time to market.

For more information, visit ST's dedicated site for the STM32Java development environment.

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