See: What is VPC?
Welcome to VPC home, an alternative to CubeMX
EDIT: Oops! Corrected the mockup and updated the image. I said in a previous article that the actual size of the window (that must fit in the screen resolution of a laptop) won’t allow all the elements an F4 clock has… Well, I squeezed them and it fits. If this will materialize, it will be… Read more
Name of the project l152_slotted_nb_delays Description Application will simultaneously blink 4 LEDs at 4 different speeds. This is a demonstration for the library presented in the previous article. It is a simple app, but more complex ones can be written like simultaneously scrolling a text on 4 (or more) 7seg LED displays. reading temperature sensors,… Read more
An array that offers “slots” for the non-blocking delays you need in your program. Before including the header of one of these two libraries, you have to define the size of the array that means, the number of the delays you need. TIM6 or TIM7 are used as counters at a frequency also defined by… Read more
Small additions, changes and bug fixes. Some triggered a revision and regeneration of all the libraries and the example projects. There are also two new libraries and a demonstration project for them that deserve their own articles. Additions When generating the code, VPC adds some clock values (from the clock settings window) on top of… Read more
Name of the project l152_pcf8583_alarm_weekdays_lcd Description The project demonstrate setting the alarm that will repeat for certain days of the week, at user’s choice. Code snippet (initial code, project structure and VSCode files generated by VPC): Project published in repository.
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