If you are looking for MPLAB IDE, you have come to the right place. We explain what MPLAB IDE is and point you to the official download.
What is MPLAB IDE?
MPLAB IDE (Integrated Development Environment) provides the user with a program for developing applications for embedded Microchip microcontrollers. Through the development environment, users are able to write codes for the embedded system. They are also able to edit and debug the codes, to ensure that the applications that will be integrated into the microcontrollers will execute without glitches.
Basically, the user is provided with tools that will enable them to design the microcontroller circuits, based on the specific microcontroller that will be utilized by the developer. When the circuitry has been created, the user may then go on to develop the firmware, which is the program that will control how the hardware will implement the integrated application.
The IDE also provides a code assembler and compiler, which can convert the scripts into codes that are recognizable by the hardware. When the codes have been tested and debugged, it can then be integrated into the microcontroller.
MPLAB IDE is cross-platform, which means that it is able to execute on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux systems.
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File types supported by MPLAB IDE
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About file types supported by MPLAB IDE
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Last updated: : May 8, 2013