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Jun 27 '18 at 3:57 comment added Edwin Fairchild @user34920 I love Atmel studio too and I use it still for AVR stuff , but Stm32 is great also, do not get stuck on an IDE or a vendor, like fanboy of sorts, be an egineer who can use any and all tools at his disposal. If anything just use the udemy course as a stepping stone to learn Atmel ARM, its only 10 bucks... (not my course or anything ) but i always reccomend it because I learned more from that course than any half ass tutorial online. There is nothing like a well structured and ordered set of videos to learn from. if you have question shoot me a mssg. Amaya.6987 at gmail
Jun 27 '18 at 3:54 comment added Edwin Fairchild @user34920 I was in the same boat as you even wanting to only use Atmel Smart MCus but now i almost always use Stm32 because I hated All the learning material for Atmel involved ASF. Check out a course on udemy called mastering microcontroller with embedded driver development, basically he teaches you how to write your own drivers for gipo, i2c etc.. on 32bit stm32 by using the registers only. And once you understand that you can write code for any family any vendor because its all the same basic stuff. not to mention an stm32 board cost 2 bucks for 72Mhz and the programmer is 5 bucks.
Jun 26 '18 at 20:47 history edited JYelton CC BY-SA 4.0
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Nov 20 '14 at 14:31 comment added Mishyoshi @user34920 I think you understood my point well: nobody is threatening you to use ASF, but you will have hard time finding non ASF example. It is up to you to decide whether you prefer the pain of having to understand how to use the peripheral directly using registers entirely by yourself or having to use the ASF and not understand the inner working with same intuition. Either way, there's a steep learning curve. In such situation, most people consider using the preferred method instead of what they'd like to do...
Nov 20 '14 at 12:30 comment added Scott Seidman Start with a working example, and play with that.
Nov 20 '14 at 12:29 comment added Scott Seidman Yup. I don't know your family, but the correct clock on the correct bus needs to be enabled. I don't know about enabling the adc on the pmc, but based on my limited stm32 experience, probably.
Nov 20 '14 at 10:47 comment added user34920 @ScottSeidman - using sysclk_enable_peripheral_clock()? I don't know how to find the parameter list. Is there also need to enable the ADC through the PMC?
Nov 20 '14 at 2:28 comment added Scott Seidman @user34920 did you turn on the clock to the adc? Not remembering to clock the peripherals is my most common error.
Nov 20 '14 at 2:14 comment added user34920 No one is forcing me to use ASF, that is true in the sense that no one puts a gun to my head but it does seems like the exclusive reading material I can get my hands on from Atmel. I understand the needs to simplify the coding process due to the increased complexity of the devices, however the lack of info on what goes under has its share or downs. For example, I tried to use the ADC, followed the app. note and at the end nothing happens (code compiles / no update to the variable). I don't know why and feeling helpless.
Nov 20 '14 at 1:52 history answered Mishyoshi CC BY-SA 3.0