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Don't fall behind other STM32 developers! Read "Advanced development & debugging of STM32 devices" [whitepaper series]

Posted by Magnus Unemyr on Sep 5, 2016 1:35:21 PM

According to conventional wisdom, it is often said that even after a long time, you only use the features of a software product you tried when you first installed the product. In short, old habits can prevent you from making progress. And so, many STM32 developers still use only basic methodologies like single-stepping, running to breakpoints, and printf() debugging - despite having much more powerful capabilities already installed in their tools.

Make sure you don't fall behind other STM32 developers - read this whitepaper to find out what great time-saving and quality-improving capabilities smart developers enjoy!

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Topics: ST-LINK, STM32, STM32L0, STM32F0, STM32F3, STM32F2, STM32F4, STM32L4, STM32F1, STM32L1, STM32F7

Get started with TOPPERS / ASP RTOS

Posted by Mattias Norlander on May 18, 2016 3:19:41 PM

Have you heard about the ITRON (aka microITRON) project in Japan? ITRON is a Japanese open standard for real-time operating systems. The project started back in 1984 and was initiated by Ken Sakamura.

TOPPERS (Toyohashi Open Platform for Embedded Real-time Systems) is one flavour of ITRON RTOSes. It is open-source, and the documentaiton is released as open educational content.

Atollic TrueSTUDIO supports kernel-aware debugging of TOPPERS. The Atollic appointed distributor in Japan, AI Corporation, has written guides and created example projects, simplifying the getting started process with TOPPERS.

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Topics: Getting Started, STM32F4, GR-PEACH, Cortex-A9, Renesas, Cortex-m4, TOPPERS, ITRON, microITRON, NUCLEOF401RE

ST/Atollic co-hosted webinar on STM32CubeMX + Atollic TrueSTUDIO

Posted by Mattias Norlander on Apr 19, 2016 5:14:09 PM

Update: This joint webinar with ST and Atollic can now be streamed from our website

Do you have any idea about how many questions the Atollic support team get on a weekly basis on the topic of using STM32CubeMX and Atollic TrueSTUDIO? ... well, neither do I, but the answer is somewhere between quite many and too many. 

You don't know what STM32CubeMX is? Click here to get an overview! Do you want to learn more?

Atollic and ST are co-hosting a webinar on how to use STM32CubeMX and Atollic TrueSTUDIO...

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Topics: Getting Started, STM32, STM32L0, STM32CubeMX, STM32Cube, STM32F3, STM32F2, STM32F4, STM32L4, STM32F1, STM32L1, STM32F7

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