Making things do stuff
In this whitepaper, Technical Consultant Glennan Carnie, consolidates his 9-part Blog series on how to use Modern C++ to manipulate hardware on a typical embedded microcontroller.
He explains how you can use C++’s features to hide the actual underlying hardware of our target system and provide an abstract hardware API that developers can work to. He also shows the performance (in terms of memory and code size) of these abstractions compared to their C counterparts.
Click here to request a pdf copy of the white paper.