This video demonstrates the creation of a program that copies a C function from ROM into SRAM where it is then executed. After the program has been built, correct operation is verified by running it in the simulator.
This video demonstrates the creation of a program that configures and reads the ADC of the MCF5213. Timed readings are made using a PIT interrupt as the timing source. The results are transmitted to a PC using the MCF5213's UART.
As the development proceeds, the program is tested on Freescale's MCF5213 evaluation board to check for correct operation.
The ADC, PIT and UART of the MCF5222x chips are identical to those of the MCF5213 and so this video serves as a demonstration for the MCF5222x chips too.
This movie shows the real time screen activity while a complete CAN program is created using the Crossware MCF5282 Code Creation Wizards.