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Adding virtual SPI flash memory to your simulating Cortex-M3 firmware can be done entirely from Javascript:

http://blog.crossware.com/post/2015/03/04/Simulating-SPI-Memory-with-Javascript-Part-1.aspx

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Read and write the on-chip memory of your simulating firmware using Javascript. jState.onchipmemory makes it simple!

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Oops!  The link contained a spelling error. Here it is again:

We have just released support for NXP ARM9 LPC29xx family of microcontrollers.

See this page for more details of this support:

We have just released support for NXP ARM9 LPC29xx family of microcontrollers.

See this page for more details of this support:

http://www.crossware.com/Arm/Lcp29xx

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The Cortex-M3 Trainer hits the road at tomorrows NFEC conference. Held at the Holiday Inn, Coventry, on Thursday 31 May & Friday 1 June 2012, the NFEC (National Forum of Engineering Centres) conference features an exhibition at which Feedback Instruments will be demonstrating it's Cortex-M3 Training System (http://www.crossware.com/arm/training_system/index.htm). The Cortex-M3 Training System includes a rugged microcontroller board fitted with an Atmel AT91SAM3S4B Cortex-M3 based chip, a comprehensive application board with a number of add-on options and a custom edition of the Crossware Development Suite for ARM which features a C/eC++ compiler, simulator, debugger and wizards all seamlessly integrated into the Crossware Embedded Development Studio.
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