ARM and Avnet joined to create the Embedded Software Store to address the growing need for software to develop embedded applications.? The ESS provides a market place where device manufacturer engineers can easily purchase software components. The ESS allows engineers to easily purchase software components, and software vendors to easily make those software components available.
The Embedded Software Store, ARM and Avnet are helping make possible a wave of billions and billions of connected devices. Motomic is opening software development for this “Internet-of-Things to developers. To provide a face to the IoT, Motomic has created groundbreaking embedded browsers running on ARM processors running real-time operating systems (RTOS). Any of the millions of HTML designers in the creative community can now create dynamic user interfaces and content for the IoT just by writing HTML.
Motomic’s microButterfly microbrowser and Butterfly minibrowser run on embedded devices with ARM processors with very small memory and processing footprints, yet bring the same rich interfaces to embedded devices that we experience every day. ARM processors as small as the Cortex-M4 can now have rich human interfaces created entirely in HTML.
Motomic also opens ARM embedded devices to Qt developers. By porting Qt to new RTOSs, Motomic opens up new ARM processor families and architectures to compelling software created by developers leveraging Qt and frameworks.
For more information on Motomic’s offfering in the Embedded Software Store at: www.embeddedsoftwarestore.com/