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Is STM32 worth it?

Is STM32 worth it?

The STM32duino is a very good alternative to a regular Arduino such as the Uno, provided physical compatibility with existing Arduino shields is not required. It is much more powerful, and costs a lot less. It does take a bit of work to get it to work like a regular Arduino board.

How to prepare IDE for STM32 in Eclipse?

In the “Project Explorer” select the project.

  • In the workspace menu “Run” then “ RunConfigurations…“.
  • Right click “STM32 Cortex-M C/C++Application” and select “New Configuration”.
  • In the Main tab : Give a name: “xxx Run “.
  • In the Debugger tab: Setect your debug probe (if not automatically detected).
  • What should I use to develop on STM32?


  • KEIL
  • EPS is integrated IDE for developing STM32 embedded applications,it use the Code::Blocks IDE (EPS Edition).
  • Code::Blocks IDE (free)+Embedded Plugin Suite (EPS Debugger,very cheap)+ST-Link/V2 driver see this explanation.
  • How to install the toolchain for develop on STM32?

    connect the STM32 board before having installed the drivers. 0.3 Installing STM32 toolchain The STM32 toolchain will be installed directly inside Eclipse, like a sort of plug-in. To do that, we need to access a repository owned by AC6, which is a consulting company that develops the STM32 toolchain for ST Microelectronics.

    What is the best IDE for STM32?

    emIDE is a free and full-featured IDE (Integrated Development Environment) integrating all features needed for developing and testing embedded applications. Up to now there is a loot of IDE (Compiler and Debugger) for the Cortex Mx, in this page there is a little list of the principal IDE that are used for develop on STM32.

    How to interface buzzer with STM32?

    RFID-RC522 13.56MHz read/write module

  • Arduino Uno
  • Neopixel
  • Piezo Buzzer
  • How to receive UART data in STM32?

    UART communication on STM32 Microcontrollers using HAL HAL_UART_Receive() takes this array as the second parameter. Using a COM -port emulator to receive the output data . I used PuTTY to do this, but there are a ton of other tools out there, which should work just fine.