This book covers the peripheral programming of the STM32 Arm chip Throughout this book, we use C language to program the STM32F4xx chip peripherals such as I O ports, ADCs, Timers, DACs, SPIs, I2Cs and UARTs We use STM32F446RE NUCLEO Development Board which is based on ARM Cortex M4 MCU Volume 1 of this series is dedicated to Arm Assembly Language Programming and Architecture See our website for other titles in this series www.MicroDigitalEd.com You can also find the tutorials, source codes, PowerPoints and other support materials for this book on our website....
|Title||:||STM32 Arm Programming for Embedded Systems (Volume 6)|
|Number of Pages||:||402 Pages|
|File Size||:||779 KB|
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STM32 Arm Programming for Embedded Systems (Volume 6) Reviews
This book, in my opinion, is one of the better books on the market for learning the STM32F4. It may be a bit much for the uninitiated beginner. By uninitiated, I mean some one that is coming from the PIC, 8051, or other architecture and is new to ARM, but not impossible. That said, the intent of this book is apparently for an instructor led, College level, embedded programming class. The accompanying web site has Power Point slides that can be helpful. The book uses the Keil and/or IAR IDE evaluation editions for programming, but it is not a huge task to use the, now free, Eclipse based, Atollic IDE. Atollic was acquired by ST late last year (2017) and is solely for ST Micro (Atollic used to be a paid-for product with multi-vendor support). I believe ST was very wise to acquire Atollic as it is a quality compiler and the price is right (free) for the student, hobbyist, or geek.