Ride7 adds TapNLink wireless modules for MCU debugging over-the-air.
The Raisonance software tools, Ride7 (v.7.70.19.0218) with RKit-ARM (1.72.19.0253) now support TapNLink for programming and debugging Cortex M-based microcontrollers.
TapNLink modules connect on the microcontroller's debug (a.k.a. SWD) port. Using TapNLink, Ride7 users can now program their MCU's Flash and establish a debug session over a wireless channel (NFC, Bluetooth / BLE, Wi-Fi) between their PC and their application board. Programming using RFlasher7 is also supported.
Compiling, debugging and programming are not code-size limited for TapNLink. No software license or license activation of Ride7 and RKit-ARM is required.
Free software downloads:
Documents about debugging with TapNLink: