Microvium version 0.0.9 is published on npm, marking the first alpha release of Microvium! ?
I’m pleased with how quickly this has come together in the 4 months since I started the project back in February. Be ready for good things still to come! Subscribe to my blog if you want to be notified of new developments.
Please feel free to take a look, play around with it, and let me know your thoughts:
Here I have it running on a 16-bit device with 16 kB of ROM1 and 2 kB of RAM. This is roughly the scale of device that Microvium is primarily focused on.
The basic functionality is complete, but be aware that it’s not intended for production systems as of yet — I’m calling this an “alpha” release because the functionality is present but the testing is not complete and there are likely a few inevitable wrinkles still to be surfaced and ironed out.
This device actually has 16 kB of FRAM, not flash, but I’m not using the read-write capabilities of the FRAM in this example. ↩