(with System Workbench for Linux)

In this white paper we will explain the challenges of programming an asymmetric application, running partly on Linux and partly on a microcontroller, and demonstrate how simple this is when combining System Workbench for Linux with an Eclipse-based MCU programming environment like System Workbench for STM32, CubeIDE or MCUXpresso..

We will present you the features of System Workbench for Linux that will help you develop and debug your own asymmetric applications combining critical real-time code running (bare-metal or under FreeRTOS) on the MCU and less time-critical parts, like user interface or secured network connectivity, running under Linux.