IDE Accelerates Development Of Secure IoT Devices

Timesys reports that its TimeStorm Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is designed to streamline, simplify, and accelerate the creation of secure Internet of Things (IoT) and embedded Linux applications. Available for a free 30-day trial, Timesys TimeStorm 5.3.2 IDE supports the development of applications and systems for IoT and other embedded devices using ARM, Power or x86 based processors.

 

The latest IDE release features support for Windows 10 and a Windows installer. The Eclipse-based TimeStorm IDE provides Windows 10 OS users with an already familiar development environment, making it easy to create embedded Linux products within a Windows environment. This feature promises to be a viable solution for migrating from microcontroller development to the development of microprocessor-based Linux devices.

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Developers who want to see for themselves how TimeStorm makes application and system-level development easier can sign up for a free LinuxLink account where they can generate a 30-day license to unlock all the features of TimeStorm and try it for that period. Want to take the IDE for a spin? Then get registered and then get the free 30-day evaluation license.

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