Hands-On STM32: Basic Peripherals with HAL

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Hands-On STM32: Basic Peripherals with HAL Download

Becoming an expert in STM32 HAL programming. Practice on STM32 basic peripherals using STM32CubeMX.

What you’ll learn
  • Program microcontrollers using a high-level abstraction library
  • Develop embedded software using Keil uVision 5
  • Write codes for basic peripherals like Clock Control, GPIO, Interrupt, and DMA
  • Write codes for commonly used peripherals like UART, Timer, ADC, SPI, and I2C
  • Write codes for other peripherals like WDG and Power
Requirements
  • You should familiar with basic microcontroller programming
Description

This course teaches you the hands-on skills of STM32 programming using the HAL library. This course is divided into 3 parts. After finishing the first part, you will be able to write codes for basic peripherals like Clock Control, GPIO, Interrupt, and DMA. After finishing the second part, you will be able to write codes for commonly used peripherals like UART, Timer, ADC, SPI, and I2C. After finishing the third part, you will be able to write codes for other peripherals like WDG and Power. This course is suitable for those who want to learn about the HAL library but don’t really want to read the documentation. This course provides you with example codes that can be reused in the future as template codes for your embedded system projects.

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who needs a hands-on guide for programming the STM32 with STM32CubeMX

Created by Erwin Ouyang
English
880 MB

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