To be prepared for our Nuvoton Getting Started (coming soon) or NuMaker tutorials, you’ll need to have a Keil IDE installed on your host machine along with whatever device packs are required for the device you are using. In this tutorial, I will show you how to get everything installed. For this tutorial you’ll need:
ARM provides software developers working with Nuvoton devices based on the Arm Cortex-M0 and M23 processors with a free-to-use professional tool suite for commercial use. For the use of Nuvoton’s ARM Cortex-M4 based devices, you’ll need to purchase the Keil MDK Nuvoton Edition – Cortex-M0/M4/M23 (highly reduced cost).
Start by downloading the Keil Nuvoton MDK Edition from the ARM Keil website:
Once downloaded, follow the instructions to install.
Now that the free Keil MDK Nuvoton Edition is running on your computer, you can go on with our Getting Started Tutorials (coming soon) or more advanced and application specific NuMaker Projects.
For further relevant information also check out our “Helpful Nuvoton Links” page.