Astrobe is a fast integrated development environment for developing efficient 32-bit native code embedded software forARM microcontrollers. You can now write high- and low-level software without assembler or C.
Version: 4.4.0Astrobe is a fast and responsive complete integrated embedded software development environment for Windows.
License: Free To Try $195.00
Operating System: Windows
It is designed for developing reliable software to run on the powerful NXP / Philips LPC2000 family of ARM-based microcontrollers.
The programming language supported by Astrobe is the 2011 Revision of Oberon. You can now write high- and low-level software without having to use assembler or C.
Features include interrupt programming, register parameters, advanced data structures and floating-point operations. Includes source code examples of applications to read / write SD cards, EEPROMs and Flash ROM; 7-segment LED displays, temperature sensors and a digital compass.
Version 4.0.1: String.CAP problem fixed. Starter Edition only available for multiple licensees.
Version 4.4.0: Includes the new language features, IDE and library enhancements that were implemented in Astrobe for Cortex-M3 in the last 12 months. Now supported on Windows 8.
Version 3.3: Includes integrated flash programmer and serial terminal, additional library modules and source code examples.
Version 3.2: Source code of library modules and SYSTEM features are included. A Disassemble command displays the ARM instructions generated for the current module. Additional MCUs are supported.
Version 3.1: Automated Build feature identifies and recompiles outdated modules before linking them. New SPI and I2C library modules. EEPROM, temperature sensor and compass example source code. All library modules are included in the evaluation edition.
Version 3.0: Product name change: formerly known as Armaide.