Hands-On STM32: Basic Peripherals with HAL Download
Become an expert in programming STM32 HAL. Practicing in the STM32 peripherals using the STM32CubeMX basis.
What you will learn
- program the microcontroller using a high-level abstraction library
- Developing embedded software using the Keil uVision 5
- Write the code for basic peripherals such as the Jam
- Control, GPIO, Interrupt, and DMA
- Write code for commonly used peripherals such as UART, timer, ADC, SPI, and I2C
- Write code to other peripherals such as WDG and Power
- You should be familiar with basic microcontroller programming
This course teaches you the hands-on programming skills using the HAL library STM32. This course is divided into 3 parts. After completing the first part, you will be able to write the code for basic peripherals such as the Jam Control, GPIO, Interrupt, and DMA. After completing the second part, you will be able to write code for commonly used peripherals such as UART, timer, ADC, SPI, and I2C. Upon completion of the third section, you will be able to write code to other peripherals such as WDG and Power. This course is suitable for those who want to learn about the HAL library but do not really want to read the documentation. This course provides a sample code that can be reused in the future as a code template for embedded systems projects you.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who needs a hands-on guide for programming STM32 with STM32CubeMX
Created by Erwin Ouyang