What’s new in Embedded Wizard 11? With the just-released version 11 you’ve added a second optimization level to the Chora compiler. How does this enhance the development process? As you probably already know, the Chora Compiler “converts” the GUI program developed with Embedded Wizard Studio to the target’s source code, which is usually for embedded systems[…]
New: Embedded Wizard 10.0
New Version Embedded Wizard 10.0 with Extensive Improvements The just-released Embedded Wizard version 10.0, the professional software for the realization of graphical user interfaces (GUI), contains extensive and time-efficient process improvements within the integrated development environment (IDE). Furthermore, the own visual programming language Chora receives extensions to data types and functions. The license models were[…]
Master Class Mondays Open a New Chapter
Online trainings start with advanced topics now – Sept 14th, 2020 At the beginning of June, we started the online trainings Master Class Mondays. Developers who were both new and known to the Embedded Wizard framework were equally invited to join the free educational online pieces of training. The attendees’ goal is to become an[…]
MCUXpresso: TARA Systems collaborating with NXP
TARA Systems collaborating with NXP: Spicing up the GUI developer tool scene with Embedded Wizard integrated into MCUXpresso SDK Two webinars ahead presented and hosted by NXP, supported by Embedded Wizard Embedded Wizard is a reliable embedded GUI development framework by TARA Systems, a member of the NXP Partner Programm. NXP, the world leader in[…]
Impressions of Embedded World 2020
This year’s embedded world has shown that from literally one day to another things in business can change. Our credo was: “Let’s make the best out of it and spice up the embedded software scene.” To be honest, we went to Nuremberg with minimum expectations. From our side we can proudly say: Our team effort[…]
Embedded Wizard 9.30
It’s update-time again: In Sprints, our developers have optimized and enhanced our UI tool Embedded Wizard, to guarantee you as a developer the best user experience. Here is a brief overview of the updates in the 9.30 release: Memory usage monitoring (RAM & Flash) We added the possibility of monitoring. A bar chart shows the[…]
New Version 9.10 is here!
Even Nicer GUIs With New Improvements We are very proud to announce the brand-new Embedded Wizard 9.10! Here is just a taste of what you can expect: Drawing Arabic characters dynamically during runtime More freedom in designing your GUI due to the new text rotation feature Beautiful GUI appearance with font kerning feature SEE RELEASE[…]
Support of NXP i.MX RT1064
Sophisticated HMIs With One-Chip-Solution With the new i.MX RT1064 there is no need for extra RAM or flash anymore per default. Now you can develop high-class GUIs with a one-chip-solution as the i.MX RT1064 comes with quite sufficient SRAM and integrated flash. Moreover, you’ll also get a first-class GUI performance while offloading the CPU due[…]
GUI for ACTIA’s Dashboard Multic FS
You can find busses and trucks using ACTIA’s dashboard all over the world. It utilizes an Embedded Wizard reference application, which can be fully customized to the customers’ needs. And this is what ACTIA values: the customer gets a brand-defining user interface in a very easy and efficient way.
Benefit from our new partnership with ACTRON & Meet us @electronica
Actron rolls out its new industrial-suited HMI module LIZARD, a fully equipped STM32 based system. Combined with Embedded Wizard, it enables visually appealing GUIs that can be integrated into your appliance with minimum effort. Stop by ACTRON’s booth B4.209 at electronica 2018 and meet our GUI experts to see how your HMI project can be[…]
New Distributors – More Support
We are proud to extend our network – meet our new distributors, who help you to ramp up your GUI project: Emprog (USA), Tecnologix (Italy), Ruby Embedded Technologies (India), EFO (Russia).
9.0 is here!
– Vector Graphics: From arcs to polygons to any shape – Dialogs: Manage multiple screens and their transitions easily – Widgets: Define your style and customize your UI components For detailed information about new features read our Release Notes.
Microchip PIC32MZ DA Support
The PIC32MZ DA series lifts GUI designs to performance and quality levels not yet seen in embedded microcontroller applications. Create highest performance GUIs you can imagine with Embedded Wizard!
NXP i.MX RT1050 Support
i.MX RT1050 is industry’s first crossover processor, offering the highest performance ARM® Cortex®-M core, real-time functionality and MCU usability! Create highest performance GUIs you can imagine with Embedded Wizard!
– Integrate your UI project more easily with IAR and Keil – Enjoy extended functionality of Mosaic class library – Find new examples for a quick start
Renesas RZ/A1LU Support
We now support the brand-new Renesas RZ/A1LU, which is the ideal device for developing powerful MCU-like graphical user interfaces at low cost. There is no need for external memory as it comes with 3MB on-chip SRAM.
Knowledge Base is Finalised!
It’s a wrap! 472 chapters, 2310 subchapters, 992 illustrations, and more than 85 example projects help you throughout your entire GUI development process.
New Version 8.10 released
Do you intend to use an external TFT controller with its own graphic RAM via 8080 or SPI interface (e.g. ILI9341 or SSD2119)? With our new release it is now possible to render directly into that video memory without allocating any framebuffer within your MCU – and this shrinks your memory footprint dramatically. Try it[…]
Free Webinar: Graphics on LPC546xx MCU Family
Integrating a rich GUI into your next IoT application We, together with our partner NXP, invite you to webinar series, where you will learn how to design and implement a high-performance, cost effective GUI on the LPC546xx family. We will show you how to easily create amazing GUIs, delivering magnificent performance with Embedded Wizard. We[…]
Version 8.0: Even More Efficiency. Improved Resource Utilization.
Well-known Functionality Gets a Great New Look In order to keep pace with today’s design trends and UX guidelines, we gave Embedded Wizard Studio a complete facelift. The new look will give you a unified and intuitive user experience. Knowledge Base and Context-Sensitive Help The new integrated context-sensitive help system will help you to solve[…]
Now supporting the brand-new STM32F769 Discovery Board
Just start the pre-installed Embedded Wizard application on your STM32F769 Discovery Board and explore our demos! No discovery board available? Just have a look at our featured demo video.
New Evaluation Edition
– Completely free of charge and ready to use for optimal evaluation – Generate source code for your embedded platform – Run your GUI directly on your target – Dedicated to small and less complex GUI applications
New Starter Edition
Is your project based on an STM32 microcontroller? Will the number of production units per year be less than 500? Are you working within a GCC based build environment? Then our new Starter Edition is a perfect fit for your project!
New Preview Version of Embedded Wizard 7.0
Simplifying Target Integration To simplify the integration of Embedded Wizard applications with your underlying business logic, your device’s peripherals or your 3rd party library, we prepared a set of new templates to integrate and use those interfaces easily. The new templates are implemented as a framework and are based on best practices we have worked[…]
New Platform Package for STM32F469
With the new ARM Cortex-M4 based STM32F469 SoC from STMicroelectronics you can easily use wide-spread displays found in smartphones and wearables by utilizing the SoC’s built-in display serial interface (DSI). With Embedded Wizard you can develop and deploy high-performance GUIs in an efficient way very quickly.
New Platform Package for STM32F7 Discovery Board
Embedded Wizard now supports the new ARM Cortex-M7 based STM32F7 SoC from STMicroelectronics, which convinces with incredible power and low energy consumption.. Experience the astonishing performance of an HMI application developed with Embedded Wizard on your own STM32F7 Discovery Board.