Piklab: an open-source IDE for PIC and dsPIC development

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Piklab: an open-source IDE for PIC and dsPIC development

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Stokes writes –

“Microchip’s line of PIC microcontrollers remain very popular with hobbyists, despite their development environment being more proprietary and Windows-centric than those of other microcontrollers. Enter Piklab: an open-source IDE for PIC and dsPIC development, leveraging a number of open-source tools and tying them together in a single environment.

Piklab is still in beta, but it shows a lot of promise.”Link.

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