Atmel Studio 7

Atmel® Studio 7 is the integrated development platform (IDP) for developing and debugging SMART ARM®-based and AVR® microcontroller (MCU) applications. Studio 7 supports all AVR and SMART MCUs. The Atmel Studio 7 IDP gives you a seamless and easy-to-use environment to write, build and debug your applications written in C/C++ or assembly code. It also connects seamlessly to Atmel debuggers and development kits.

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Additionally, Atmel Studio includes Gallery, an online apps store that allows you to extend your development environment with native and third-party tool and embedded software vendor developed plug-ins. Atmel Studio 7 can also seamlessly import your Arduino sketches as C++ projects, providing a simple transition path from Makerspace to Marketplace.

Atmel Studio 7 Introduction

Key Features

  • Support for 300+ AVR and SMART ARM-based devices
  • Vast source code library, including drivers, communication stacks, 1,600+ project examples with source code, graphics services and touch functionality through Atmel Software Framework (ASF)
  • IDE extensions through Gallery, the online apps store, for native and third-party development tools and embedded software.
  • Tune capacitive touch designs, validate system performance, monitor power consumption, and real-time data and trace graphing with QTouch® Composer
  • Configure and test the performance of wireless designs with the Wireless Composer running on the target
  • Write and debug C/C++ and assembly code with the integrated compiler
  • Advanced debugging features include complex data breakpoints, nonintrusive trace support (SAM3 and SAM4 devices), statistical code profiling, interrupt trace/monitoring, polled data tracing (Cortex-M0+ devices), real-time variable tracking with optional timestamping, and integration of Percepio Tracealyzer for leading-edge debug data visualization and RTOS awareness
  • Integrated editor with visual assist
  • New project wizard allowing projects created from scratch or from a large library of design examples
  • In-system programming and debugging provides interface to in-circuit programmers and debuggers
  • Create transparent debug views into CPU and peripherals for easy code development and debugging
  • Full chip simulation for an accurate model of CPU, interrupts, peripherals, and external stimuli
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