This post is more to my note than a tutorial or article, so that I can get back to it when trying to replicate the steps. But hopefully you’ll find it useful as well. Keep in mind, I’m using Mac as development machine. If you use Windows or Linux, some of steps may not be compatible.
So, got my first STM32 board, STM32F401 Nucleo development board. Although it has its own development framework, it seems the world has been taken its attention to ARM mbed platform. It seems the community is quite vibrant, a lot of libraries and sample code, and possibly I can code cross platform with another ARM-based board.
To start, I create an account in mbed developer website. Then my attention goes to NUCLEO-F401RE page. Continue reading Journey to mbed Platform – Part 1