Embedded applications are software applications that get loaded onto non-traditional computing devices. The dashboard computer in a new automobile, the touchscreen terminal in an airport terminal kiosk and the remote scanners used in warehouses and retail stores are all examples of modern computing devices that run embedded apps. Learn about the embedded operating systems, platforms and frameworks that can help application developers build embedded software without writing machine code or starting from scratch.
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