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This is the first version of CloudX Standalone IDE v4.0 that allows users to get all their project done in one environment, unlike the previous version that users still needs to install other third party software like the MPLABX IDE etc. With this new standalone software, users can write codes, compile it and upload it into the microcontroller. it also have the capacity to show users their compiling errors for easy debugging. it generates files like COF, HEX and MASM etc.
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Step 1: Run and Install the Setup Application
Step 2: On First Time of Launching the CloudX Software, It Will Automatically Request User to Install the XC8 Compiler.
Step 3: Accept License Agreement and Then Click Next
Step 4: License Type Select “Free” and Click Next
Step 5: Installation Directory Select “C:\Users\Public\CloudX\Compiler” and Click Next…
Step 6: Compiler Settings, Just Click Next
Step 7: Installing Software…
Step 8: Installation Complete, Click Next
Step 9: Click Finish
Step 10: We Now Have the Complete CloudX IDE Fully Set Up