Atmel studio drivers
Microchip Studio is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for developing and debugging AVR® and SAM microcontroller applications. It merges all of the great features and functionality of Atmel Studio into Microchip’s well-supported portfolio of development tools to give you a seamless and easy-to-use environment for writing, building and debugging your applications written in C/C++ or ... Prerequisites: - Atmel Studio 7.0.1006 or later - Atmel Software Framework v3.30.1 - v18.104.22.1681 - QTouch Library 22.214.171.124 or later Supported Products: Atmel Studio 7.0 14,173 total downloads
Atmel START is a web-based software configuration tool for various software frameworks, which helps you get started with MCU development. Starting from either a new project or an example project, Atmel START allows you to select and configure software components (from ASF4 and AVR Code), such as drivers and middleware to tailor your embedded application in a usable and optimized manner.
The avr-gcc compiler in Atmel Studio comes with delay.h library to make things easy for us, but do we know how it work. No, not until we do some digging inside of the library. In this post we will learn to generate short delay without using library, this will give some basic idea for how the _delay_ms() or _delay_us() works.