IAR Embedded Workbench IDE Overview

You will learn:

  • Creating and manage a project for an application
  • Supporting resources such as documentation, examples, and even specialized support options
  • Set up all the options to build a project for specific hardware configuration
  • Customizing options for project components and configurations

IAR Assembler- When it's necessary to write parts of your code in assembler

You will learn:

  • Operators and directives
  • Structure your code by using modules and sections
  • Specify conditional assembly and data allocation

IAR ILINK- Link compiler output and libraries to create an executable application

You will learn:

  • How libraries are included
  • Configuring linker to allocate code to memory locations for optimum size and speed
  • Optimizing your code to include only what is needed as well as how to override optimization to keep expressions that have not been defined at compile time
  • Selecting a map listing by the linker to show component locations and sizes (which can help in debugging the application)

IAR C/C++ compiler- Create optimized code

You will learn:

  • Methods to interface assembly code with the C/C++ code
  • How to tailor optimizations for releasable or debuggable code
  • Tools provided by the compiler to help in debugging code

Introduction to Code Analysis and Functional Safety

The use of embedded systems is now virtually everywhere and ever rising, also in products with functional safety requirements, the demand for adequate coding standards and tools is increasing

This course provides an introduction to:

  • Code analysis and functional safety
  • Benefits and risks of C, the MISRA-C language subset
  • Ways to analyze code both statically and during run time to uncover bugs that are not discovered during compiling and linking
  • Standards methods like MISRA-C to prevent coding errors earlier in the development process
  • The Functional Safety solution from IAR that helps ensure both development and documentation complies with these standards

Migration to IAR Embedded Workbench

You will learn:

  • Overview of the migration effort
  • Reasons to migrate to IAR Embedded Workbench
  • Manual project conversion
  • Specific and Universal Project Migration Tools
  • Demo of project migration with EWPtool

Multitasking using a Real-Time Operating System

You will learn:

  • RTOS Systems
  • Debugging challenges
  • Stack estimation
  • Performance measures
  • Issues in Threads

IAR extensions for Visual Studio Code

You will learn:

  • IAR Build Extension for VS Code
  • IAR C-SPY Debug extension for VS Code
  • Switching Between the IDEs

Build, debug and test with CMake and IAR

You will learn:

  • Why you should use CMake
  • What modern CMake is
  • How to configure and use CMake
  • How to test your project using CTest
  • How to debug using the IAR Embedded Workbench

Introduction to Docker with IAR Build Tools

You will learn:

  • Reasons to use Docker
  • What is required to run Docker
  • How to install Docker
  • How to build Docker images
  • How to run Docker containers

The IAR ELF Tool

In this course, you will learn:

    • What the ELF format is
    • How to modify an ELF output using the IAR ELF Tool
    • How to reformat an ELF output to other formats
    • What a checksum is and why to use it
    • How to use a checksum in your application
    • How to use a hardware generated checksum
    • How to dynamically define a checksum

Getting started with CSPYBAT

You will learn:

  • What is CSPYBAT
  • Usage of CSPYBAT
  • Executing Macros with CSPYBAT
  • Automated Testing using CSPYBAT
  • Demos

Getting Started with CMSIS

You will learn:

  • What is CMSIS
  • Advantages of CMSIS
  • Getting a CMSIS Pack and installing it
  • Building a  project using CMSISPack

C-SPY Macros and Simulator

You will learn:

  • What C-SPY Macros are
  • How C-SPY Macros can be used
  • How to include them in IAR Embedded Workbench for debugging
  • Using the Simulator
  • C-SPY Macros to simulate hardware

C-SPY Debugger

You will learn:

  • What's involved in debugging
  • How the C-SPY debugger works
  • The need for Flashloaders
  • What the C-SPY debugger can report
  • How to control execution with C-SPY
  • How to minimize power using C-SPY

Debugging - Arm CoreSight with advanced debug probe

You will learn:

  • Serial Wire Debug - SWD
  • Serial Wire Output - SWO
  • IAR Debugging Probes
  • Trace
  • Code Coverage
  • Profiling

Getting started with IAR Visual State

You will learn:

  • How to use the IAR Visual State Editor to create a project
  • How to create states and transitions for a state diagram
  • How to generate code
  • Validate the generated code by using the simulator and verificator
  • How to use the IAR Visual State editor to document your code

The IAR ielfdump Tool

You will learn:

IAR isymexport Tool

You will learn: