Dual-Platform Linux Toolkit Quickens Development/Test Pace

August 2004
Electronic Design;8/23/2004, Vol. 52 Issue 18, p38
Trade Publication
This article introduces the Linux Pro Application Development Kit (ADK) from Monta Vista Software Inc. The ADK combines support for both platforms with Monta Vista's Eclipse-based DevRocket integrated development environment. This lets application developers create and test applications on a readily available x86-based personal computer. The applications can then be quickly ported to the target environment.


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