stm32plus 3.2.0: Supporting the STM32F0 Cortex M0

A few months ago I made the decision to start supporting the lower priced, hobbyist friendly STM32 devices in my stm32plus C++ library. These lower-end devices come in lower pin-count, smaller packages that are easier to work with and they have reduced clock speeds that make for fewer PCB...

stm32plus 3.1.1: Supporting the STM32 VL Discovery

If you’ve been following the releases on my stm32plus github repo then you’ll already be aware that version 3.1.1 has been released. The main feature of this new release is support for the STM32 Medium Density Value Line devices, exemplified by the STM32 Value Line Discovery board...

stm32plus::net, a C++ TCP/IP stack for the STM32

Welcome to a landmark release, version 3.0.0, of my stm32plus C++ library for the STM32F1 and STM32F4 series of microcontrollers. This release introduces support for the ethernet MAC peripheral in the form of an object-oriented TCP/IP stack as well as support for the STM32F107 connectivity...

stm32plus 2.1.0

The latest release is now 3.0.0. Be sure to check out the announcement here.Due to the use of c++0x features the minimum compiler requirement is now version 4.7.0 of gcc stm32plus version 2.1.0 has now been released and is available from my downloads page. This article will...

stm32plus 2.0.0: a major release

The latest release is now 3.0.0. Be sure to check out the announcement here. I’m excited to announce that version 2.0.0 of stm32plus, the C++ library for STM32 devices has been released including lots of new features most significant of which is full support for the...