Leveraging Real-time Insights from Percepio and Crank Software to Create Exceptional User Experiences on STM32 MCUs
The HMI/GUI is often the most visible aspect of an embedded device, so it is critical that it performs smoothly, otherwise the user experience will be impacted.
Join us for this one-hour webinar to learn how to ensure that your GUI performs as expected, raising the user experience bar for your products. In this session, we will demonstrate how Crank Software’s GUI development tool, Storyboard, along with Percepio’s Tracealyzer can be used for common scenarios in GUI performance, analysis, and optimization with STMicroelectronics STM32 MCUs.
We will start by enabling the built-in Storyboard tracing and performance metrics, provided in real-time using a common debugger. Then we will use Percepio’s Tracealyzer to show the Storyboard data in the context of the full system execution. The visual trace diagnostics provided by Tracealyzer make it easy to spot any anomalies in the trace, drill down to inspect the details, and find the cause.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- Why STM32 MCU devices are the ideal processor for mass-market embedded device development
- What is Storyboard and how it differs from traditional GUI development tools
- What integrated tools were built specifically to help optimize GUI application performance
- What is Tracealyzer and how it greatly simplifies the analysis of application dynamics during system-level testing
Your panel of experts
Johan Kraft - CEO and Founder, Percepio
Mike Hartmann – Product Marketing, Microcontrollers and Microprocessors, STMicroelectronics
Garry Clarkson - Field Application Engineer, Crank Software
Scott Snider - Product Marketing Manager, Crank Software
Date: Wednesday, October 28th, 2020 11 AM EDT
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