Tutorial explaining how to write a Nordic BLE peripheral firmware using PolyMCU and use Gattlib on the host computer to communicate with this device.
Bluetooth Nordic UART Service will be used through this tutorial.
Tags: open-source, polymcu, linux, bluetooth, gattlib, cmake, nordic
PolyMCU is one of our Open-Source projects. It unifies MCU Vendor SDKs into a single source tree.
We recently updated it to use Nordic nRF5 SDK 11.0.0. Unfortunately, we only have the Nordic nRF52 Pre-DK to test it. It is a call for testers!
Tags: polymcu, open-source, nordic
This blog entry explains the reasons why we came to write a new library to access BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) GATT protocol on Linux.
It also cover how the story of how this library was developed with the difficulties we encountered.
Tags: bluetooth, gattlib, open-source, cmake, linux
The ARM Foundation model allows you to discover the reference Open Source ARM Software stack (ARM Trusted Firmware, UEFI, Linux Kernel) for free. This blog covers the step to build every software components.
Tags: arm64, uefi, arm-trusted-firmware, linux
Cover the port of STMicroelectronics's STM32 Nucleo L4 to PolyMCU. ST support was not present in PolyMCU before this exercise...
Let's see the encountered difficulties during the port and how we solved it.
Short in memory space on your tiny micro-controller, mysterious build errors, etc. Have you considered updating the toolchain you downloaded few years ago?
This article demonstrates how the toolchain version can affect your firmware.
Tags: gcc, llvm, polymcu
Explain why we use Django for our website and also our powerful process to deploy a new version of our website in one command.
And because we are still a young startup, everything is in context of saving money!
Tags: django, open-source