Embedded firmware is the flash memory chip that stores specialized software running in a chip in an embedded device to control its functions.
Digital transformation is touching upon various physical objects, making them smart and powerful. The engine for such devices is embedded software that is an integral part of the rapidly developing IoT ecosystem.
Here’s a short list of some popular languages for software and embedded firmware development.
- C/C++: C is something of a legacy language for embedded systems and tends to be preferred over C++.
- Hardware Description Languages (HDLs): The most popular are probably VHDL or Verilog. If you’re programming an FPGA or designing an ASIC, use an HDL to define digital logic. SystemVerilog is a good choice if you are designing a system with extensive digital logic.
- Python/MicroPython: Python is great for software applications, but many do not prefer it due to the periodic garbage collection operations required, which may create some latency problems. However, there is such a huge developer community around Python that developers can access a huge range of functionality and powerful computing capabilities.
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