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phil_o_matic
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Hey there

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Hi Folks,

after countless projects with Arduino boards I need more capable controllers by means of processing power and IO. Thought it would be a good Idea to stay with the Arduino IDE but guess what, it doesn’t work out that easily. That’s why I’m here.

Greez
Phil

mrburnette
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Re: Hey there

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phil_o_matic wrote:
Mon Jul 27, 2020 5:42 am
Hi Folks,

after countless projects with Arduino boards I need more capable controllers by means of processing power and IO. Thought it would be a good Idea to stay with the Arduino IDE but guess what, it doesn’t work out that easily. That’s why I’m here.

Greez
Phil

Welcome Phil.
You may find my old-forum post + links useful:
https://stm32duinoforum.com/forum/viewt ... _3111.html

Most link will resolve. The WiKi links are most useful.
Thought it would be a good Idea to stay with the Arduino IDE but guess what, it doesn’t work out that easily.
Using Roger's core, the IDE feels just like UNO... just a few more choices in the board menu. If you jumped directly int the Official core, you may have a bit of learning, but that puts you onto a more complete/professional road using STM's boards.

FYI: A few users have reported fake microcontrollers on Chinese purchased boards, so do some investigations on your supplier before you buy.
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=127&hilit=fake

There does seem to be some legitimate deviations out there, hoiwever:
viewtopic.php?f=21&t=441


Ray

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