Bill, how about a project using the FPGA Chip?
I'd love to see an STM32 project. I'm getting ready to solder pin rails on a new board.
I'm programming STM32 chips using the STM32CubeIDE and the STM32CubeMX. To say I love these IDE is an understatement. It would be nice to all use the same IDE, but I imagine that the Arduino Pro IDE would be a viable alternative that everyone could use.
I'm Casey btw (yes, another Casey), and just as soon as I find the feed to the "Introduce yourself" stream, I'm going to do that. Perhaps a big arrow on the screen saying, "Start Here" would help.
In the meantime, hello!
Hi Casey, I like CubeMX and CubeIDE and have been using it on Win10 for a while. I recently built a Linux Mint PC based on Bill's video, although he uses Ubuntu, and discovered that the Cube system can be installed on Linux. I'm trying it now and so far no problems. If anyone is not aware of Cube software from STM it's major advantage is that all the internal features of a target MCU can be configured using a click and set GUI which generates all the necessary code automatically. Timers, clock, DMA, interrupts et cetera can all be configured in this way. All the software developer then has to do is write the code to use the MCU features, a real time saver. Would love to see Bill do a video on this great IDE. See more at https://www.st.com/en/development-tools/stm32cubemx.html