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It probably can't be denied that the command line has a repulsive reputation and possibly scares the beginners away to look for other platforms. But, after all it is not any harder to use than other tools and beginners do not often need to be very highly skilled in order to be successful.
The cycle counting register, AVR32_COUNT, within the AVR32 UC3 microcontrollers can be used for naive performance testing of functions' execution time
With Batchisp you can program the UC3 chips via USB DFU Bootloader. In this case the USB DFU Bootloader shipped within the UC3 chips, allows you to program the chip with your own program by just using the USB interface–no need for an external programmer hardware
There are a quite amount of confusion how to install AVR Toolchain on Linux and how to use it standalone without IDE. To make this process easier I decided to describe the installation process step by step
Every now and then it's fun to play with displays – this time scrolling text to infinity
Sometimes it happens that you have accidently erased the DFU Bootloader from your board; or either you want to change the Bootloader to the previous version or update to the newer one. This article describes how to do that