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LimiFrog: matchbox-sized battery-powered sensor-filled dev platform, on Kickstarter

September 10, 2015

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Disclosure: I am currently employed by STMicroelectronics. The product I’ll be talking about contains many ST chips and the creator was an ST employee himself. I’ll be writing my own personal opinions, you can judge if they are biased. I received news about this Kickstarter: LimiFrog. It’s a small board advertised for developing and prototyping applications that […]

libopencm3 on STM32 Nucleo board

April 19, 2015

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This article is part of a series about developing for STM32 micro-controllers on Linux. A few days ago I talked about libopencm3, an open source library to access Cortex-M functionalities and peripherals of many micro-controllers, especially STM32 variants. I wanted to use this library to develop on a Nucleo board that I have in my hand, […]

libopencm3 for the license-sensitive Cortex-M developer

April 12, 2015

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I was thinking of starting a new open source project that should run on STM32 boards, and I realized that it would need a lot of low level code that accesses many different peripherals. One of the first libraries that comes to mind, and I bet it’s the same for many Cortex-M developers, is ARM CMSIS. ARM […]