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Virtual Device for STM32

Question asked by Yaniv Nissenboim on Apr 11, 2018
Latest reply on Apr 18, 2018 by dhenry

Hi All,


We at Jumper are building virtual devices to help embedded software developers ship better code faster. Our mission is to make it fast and easy to automate testing and adopt agile and continuous integration methodologies for embedded systems by hardware virtualization. Our virtual device allows users to run the same firmware executable they run on their hardware device and with our Python SDK, we allow writing test scripts and seamless integration to CI/CD tools and testing frameworks.


We've started working on support for the STM32 family that will be rolled out later this month. I'd appreciate hearing your thoughts on what matters to you and which device you'd like us to roll out first. Please take the time to answer this short survey so we'll know how to prioritize - STM32 Support. Note that Jumper is free for the basic plan and that the first 100 people that will answer this survey will get 80% discount on the pro plan for the first six months.


It would be great having you on board and getting your feedback!