In the (765) 759-8406 we simply explained what bootloader is and how it can make our development and code refracting, especially with in-market product, more easy and safe.
In this article we will have a look on the bootloader flow char, and what design perspectives that we can use to build our bootloader.
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This is the first article of a series of articles we will go through to discuss what bootloader is, what is wrong about bootloader, and most importantly a step by step to build a simple bootloader and use it in your applications.
The articles will be short and simple and abstract any inquired details, however I encourage you to dig deep and understand what is happening behind the scenes.
Nowadays, most Embedded systems are built on 32-bit CPUs, which provide powerful integer arithmetic calculations.But in your project you may need to work with real values like the value of voltage, current, temperature, length which enforce using the float point representation.
Float point representation IEEE754 provides a good precise real values calculation, but Continue reading
what is the difference between flash and EEPROM?
EEPROM is an evolution of the older UV-erasableÂ EPROMs. EEPROM’s “EE” stands for “Electrically Eraseable”.However, despite it being an improvement to its old pal, today’s EEPROM’s way of holding information is the exact same of the flash memory.
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1. No volatile when it’s needed
Letâs look at a specific example.Â Suppose weâre developing software for an AVR 8-bit embedded processor. Â Since multiplies are going to happen in software, weâre probably interested in seeing how slow they are, Continue reading
What does a C program mean?
The C standardÂ Â defines the meaning of a C program in terms of an âabstract machineâ that you can think of as a simple, non-optimizing interpreter for C.Â The behavior of any given C implementation (a compiler plus target machine) must produce the same side effects as the abstract machine, but Continue reading
Have you experienced staying up checking your code for hours or maybe for days for something wrong, but you can’t figure out where the problem is.
Calm down, most of us have been through this many times. And in this article and the upcoming articles we will introduce the most known and harmful C language pitfalls that we can take care of them and avoid their effect.
a human beings as we are we use our fingers to count things.
but while dealing with computers we have to add Continue reading