The Javelin Stamp was the first real microcontroller I used. It ran a subset of Java and was able to be programmed using standard Java based programming structures and syntax. Today I was poking around the manufactures website and noticed it no longer exists for sale. It had been EOLed a few years ago, but now it can be officially reported as retired. I have created a few different products (for example Bell Controller 1.0) that use them as the brain of the device so they will continue to live on in them. So long little Javelin Stamp, I for one will miss your simplicity and ease of use.
11/20/2014 04:08:36 pm
Hi, Javelin was used in a project that was made a few years ago. But since it is now obsolete, I wanted to replace it with another DIP 24 microcontroller. Can you suggest any microcontrollers that can replace Javelin?
1/15/2018 11:30:17 pm
i need of this component for project can you provide me
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