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STM32 Nucleo – a new mbed platform

A lot of you probably both know the STM32 devices maybe even from our blog as we tend to use it a lot. You probably also know the mbed board that started as an NXP LPC1768 equipped microprocessor development DIP-like module.

Now ST Microelectronics has decided to join the adventure of the mbed world by making their own mbed development board series and adding support for 4 different STM32 devices in the mbed online compiler environment!

STM32 Nucleo

STM32 Nucleo

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  1. Gary Olson
    February 24th, 2014 at 04:29 | #1

    I received one of these from Future Electronics. Nice STM32 Arduino platform. Your new USB Host shield would be a nice addition to this, as it does not come with host usb. I recently tried the Espruino code on the Discovery STM32F4, very easy way to quickly enter code directly, being able to edit ‘on the fly’, seeing results instantly. Impressive platform.
    Thank you for the information.

  2. February 26th, 2014 at 11:20 | #2

    @Gary Olson
    Internet of things -- everything seems to become more programmable thru the internet.
    So yes, I agree that Espruino might be a nice touch to the STM32F4 board, but I still prefer to program it in C in my IDE with programmer.

    Regards Thomas

  3. Dan K.
    May 30th, 2014 at 14:16 | #3

    Be aware -- the USB interface’s debug channel and virtual COM port channel on these boards are intermittent in operation. The debug channel periodically loses communications with the host PC with a USB communications error and the virtual COM port does not always deliver all of its data to the PC host. The missing data is not lost, just delayed until the next data is sent from the board to the PC host. I’ve never had any problems like this on the various T.I. LaunchPad or Arduino boards I’ve used!

    Also, the “STM32CubeF4″ is very immature. I’ve found many various bugs in it in the week and a half that I’ve been using it.

  4. June 8th, 2014 at 12:24 | #4

    @Dan K.
    Hi Dan.
    Thank you for your feedback. We have yet to test the board and the STM32Cube software.
    Please have in mind that the STM32Cube is very new approach by ST to get more into the DIY and easy-to-use development environment area, which other companies are approaching as well.
    We will probably still stick to CooCox IDE and the ST Libraries for a while until.

    Regards Thomas

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