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2016\02\15@144940 by Richard Prosser

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Again, From Hackaday:
<https://www.microchip.com/mplab/mplab-xpress>

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2016\02\15@180524 by Jason White

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Holy cow! (pardon my language)

For what it is (a "silly" web application) it's pretty good. With that said
its still only about 75% of the way towards being "usable" in my option.
Obviously being browser based means it cannot natively talk to programmers
or debuggers. (They have a bridge application that takes care of that
somewhat). It seems to limited to 8 bit devices using the free version of
the compiler (when not logged in).

That said it certainly can be useful to be able to compile firmware on
somebody else's computer.

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2016\02\15@182539 by Nicola Perotto

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On 15/02/2016 23:05, Jason White wrote:
> Holy cow! (pardon my language)
>
> For what it is (a "silly" web application) it's pretty good. With that said
> its still only about 75% of the way towards being "usable" in my option.

New unusable application, new web site (ugly).
They waste a lot of time and money but leave us with a lot of poor and incomplete things (MPLab-X, XC8, etc).
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2016\02\15@185102 by Denny Esterline

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One thing I do like, the programmer attached to the dev board enumerates as
a mass storage device. Programming is done via drag and drop the hex file.

I suspect there may be some useful tidbits if they release that source code..

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2016\02\15@212310 by Chris Roper

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Is it using the full version of XC8 or the free crippled version?

If it is free, and the full version of the compiler, it will be a great
tool for beginners and students.
If on the other hand it is still deliberately crippling the code it could
do them more harm than good.


Cheers
Chris


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2016\02\15@220944 by Chris Roper

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I found the answer in the FAQ.

"MPLAB X users will find the examples section useful for quickly getting
started with proven example code. In addition, MPLAB Xpress highlights the
potential code savings that could be realized by upgrading to a PRO
subscription."

"MPLAB X IDE is, and will always be free. Our XC compilers are offered in
Standard (Free) and PRO ($29.99 monthly subscription, or $1000 to buy)
variants."

So it is still priced way beyond a Student's budget in most countries.




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2016\02\15@224019 by Harold Hallikainen

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Online compilers are interesting. Interacting with the debugger can be
fun. I recently started playing around with the compilers at
http://www.tutorialspoint.com/codingground.htm . It's a quick way to try
out an idea.

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2016\02\18@014447 by Jesse Lackey

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Wow!  Cool!  Tx for posting.  Have never seen anything like that before.
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Harold Hallikainen wrote:
> Online compilers are interesting. Interacting with the debugger can be
> fun. I recently started playing around with the compilers at
> http://www.tutorialspoint.com/codingground.htm . It's a quick way to try
> out an idea.
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> Harold
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