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STMicroelectronics STM32 fully supports Microsoft Visual Studio Code

【Lansheng Technology Information】On April 26, 2023, STMicroelectronics released a new extension tool that brings the advantages of Microsoft's integrated development environment Microsoft® Visual Studio Code (VS Code) to STM32 microcontrollers.

VS Code is a popular integrated development environment (IDE) known for its ease of use and flexibility. For example, IntelliSense simplifies and speeds up code editing. Now developers can enter the STM32 ecosystem from VS Code, allowing more embedded developers in the STM32 community to use these features, and allowing developers who are accustomed to developing advanced and consumer applications to easily create energy-saving, compact, and economical Embedded solutions.

Daniel Colonna, Director of Microcontroller Marketing at STMicroelectronics, said: "Integrating VS Code into the STM32 ecosystem allows more developers to enjoy the advantages of industry-leading STM32 microcontroller products. Development of VS Code as the preferred development environment Developers, including advanced software developers, academics, hobbyists and makers, can now choose to implement their ideas with STM32 MCUs without leaving their preferred development environment."

Marc Goodner, principal product manager at Microsoft, said: "Through our deep cooperation with STMicroelectronics, we provide developers with the ability to use STM32 projects in Visual Studio Code, providing an excellent solution for existing STM32 embedded developers. solutions while extending the reach of the STM32 platform to the millions of developers already using Visual Studio Code."

The new support tools expand tool choices for all STM32 developers, including hardware integrators and mass-market customers, who typically choose either commercial tools or STMicroelectronics' free Eclipse-based STM32CubeIDE development environment. Both VS Code and STM32 VS Code Extension are free to use.
LanshengIC 1 september 2023, 7:35
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