Why do developers love working with NetBurner Development Kits?
Example Source Code
Get hands-on familiarity with the NetBurner platform by studying, building, and modifying the included source code examples. Each example consists of buildable and executable source code that illustrates how to accomplish one or more tasks.
Eclipse Based IDE
NBEclipse is a plug-in to the Eclipse IDE and provides a great environment to manage projects, edit code, debug, and download your application to NetBurner devices.
ANSI C/C++ compiler and linker (GNU Based), TCP/IP stack, Web server, E-mail protocols, RTOS, Flash file system, and more.
Optional software modules
SNMP V1 (Module License Version)
Interact with a NetBurner device by loading examples that react to changes in dip switch position or light up an LED in response to incoming data. We provide schematics for development boards so that you can use them in your own designs.
Simple firmware updates
Update your hardware over 10/100 Ethernet or its serial port
USB for power and data
Now you can communicate with processor UARTs from your Mac or Windows PC. The on-board USB port also enables you to power the development board.
Flash card storage
The FAT12/16/32 flash file system gives developers the flexibility to store and exchange data through flash cards. NetBurner provides a standard API, complete C-based source code, drivers, and ample examples to get started.
Our prompt email support provides excellent results and works as follows: your email question is received by support personnel with a wide range of abilities. The individual best suited to answer the question will assume responsibility to answer your question. This method avoids tiered approach of forcing you to go through many people before finding the right person to help.
Getting started guides, manuals, and application notes can help you load your first application code image in minutes.
The NetBurner message boards have been used to discuss any hardware or software issues with NetBurner developers like you. It has been a great place for developers in the NetBurner community to share new ideas and to communicate unique implementations of their product.