MikroStudio V2.3

MikroStudio IDE

5500+ supported mcus

On board programming

User friendly

Free software

What is new?

The MikroStudio team has been hard at work rebuilding what we believe is a “remastered” experience of the ` V2.2` version of MikroStudio. Thanks to many people who have tested, reported issues, and provided feedback, we got a good idea of what was wrong with MikroStudio’s original offering and what we hope excites the next-gen embedded developer community today.

With that said, I’d like to welcome you to an officially live version of MikroStudio V2.3. The following link will take you to a fresh new experience on mikrostudio.in where you can create a new account, and enjoy services for absolutely free.

Why the MikroStudio is better?

Today as we know it is the age of technology. That’s why microcontrollers are used in all our electronic home appliances, which we also know as microchips or smart chips. In today’s era, many microcontroller manufacturers are famous in the market and provide you with advanced technology microcontrollers at a low rate. But if you want to program them, then you should know about their interaction sets and registers which vary according to the series of microcontrollers. For this reason the developers have to work very hard to write the program of microcontroller which indicates more time wastage. These were some of the reasons why we created MicroStudio IDE. Program written in it is the same for 98% all microcontrollers so that you can migrate the project later it will take a very short time, that is if you tamper with just two percent code, you can run it in any microcontroller. The code and functions written in MicroStudio are the same for all microcontrollers. MicroStudio supports more than 5500 microcontrollers like PIC, AVR, STM8, PDK, 8051, DS390, Z80, Z180, Rabbit 2000, GBZ80, eZ80, TLCS-90, HC08, etc.

Micro Studio IDE has a three-way library system.

1. Core Library System we group a set of library codes written about the interaction set, Pins, Registers, and configuration according to the microcontroller and microcontroller array you choose. The user can never edit the code of the core library.

2. Community Library System All types of external hardware such as LCD, sensors, GPS, GSM or in addition library code files that support all the manufacturers’ microcontrollers (interfaces) without editing which code such library code files. We keep it in the community library system. Like the core library system, the user can never edit the code in the community library system.

3. User Library System user can edit core or community library in UserLibrary system, to do this, user has to keep a copy of core or community library in the UserLibrary, after which the user can edit it. Suppose our community library or core library is not supporting in your hardware and microcontroller or if you do not find any file then you can create your own library. If the library you have created will only sport or interface with your chosen microcontroller, then create it in the user library folder if your library code sports or interfaces with one or more of the series of microcontroller manufacturers, then the community library folder Must be made only in