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Flat learning curve
Total platform customization
Expandable package repository
Target remote update
• APEXAR PDK (Brochure)
PDK installation guide
Demonizer (Demo creator)
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Linux embedded development platform
The use of Linux in embedded devices has grown significantly over the last few years. Companies are choosing Linux because of the open source, its reliability and stability and the complete control over the platform being able to customize it using libraries from the open source Linux community.
However, designing, creating and maintaining a own Linux development platform can take months even for linux experts.
The APEXAR PDK merges together both open source and proprietary platfroms advantages resulting in a total control of your linux platform in the time to market reduction.
Why a virtual appliance
The APEXAR PDK is a complete linux embedded development platform deployed in a useful virtual appliance, which is possible to use with any user's operative system (Windows, Linux, OS X y Solaris). In this case, the appliance contains the development platform completely installed and configured (Operative system, applications and libraries). Its advantages are: reliability, unique support and the possibility of working on it inmediatelly.
APEXAR PDK and the power of it 6 simple steps
The system has a project manager that allows PDK projects to be created and managed friendly, binary images to be generated and deployed directly in the Apexar EVK, the Apexar PRO or the user's proprietary hardware. This binary image is called Root File System (RFS).
The RFS is GNU/Linux's main file system that is going to execute in the device. It contains every required libraries and applications to run according with user's needs.