This Embedded Systems Object-Oriented Programming course will help you develop the skills you need to be able to write objected-oriented embedded C applications as well as objected-oriented embedded C++ applications confidently.
You’ll be sure to enjoy this course. So get started now - you have nothing to lose and a lot to gain.
What You Will Learn
- Apply objected-oriented principles to firmware development
- Write objected-oriented embedded C and C++ applications
- Build firmware by applying object-oriented principles like polymorphism, inheritance, and encapsulation in C and C++
- Write embedded systems drivers and libraries using objected-oriented C and C++
This course is for anyone looking to improve their embedded firmware development skills. If you want to learn how to apply object-oriented principles to embedded firmware development, this is the course for you.
About The Author
Bohobiom Incorporated Ltd.: Bohobiom Engineering is a 21st-century computer engineering online academy based in London U.K. They have experienced instructors in the areas of assembly programming, hardware engineering, signal & image processing, embedded firmware development, deep learning, and other high demand 21st-century skills.
As of today, they have trained over 35,000 pupils. To explore available courses available with them and message them if you have any questions, visit their website.
Table of contents
- Chapter 1 : Introduction
- Chapter 2 : Object-Oriented Firmware Programming
- Chapter 3 : Implementing Inheritance in Embedded C and C++
- Chapter 4 : Developing an Object-Oriented GPIO Driver and Library in C from Scratch
- Chapter 5 : Implementing Polymorphism in Embedded C and C++
- Chapter 6 : More General-Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) Features (Optional)
- Chapter 7 : Developing an Object-Oriented GPIO Driver and Library in C++ From Scratch
- Chapter 8 : Developing an Object-Oriented UART Driver and Library in C from Scratch
- Chapter 9 : Developing an Object-Oriented UART Driver and Library in C++ from Scratch
- Chapter 10 : Developing an Object-Oriented SysTick Timer Library in C from Scratch
- Chapter 11 : Setting Up Option 2 - STM32CubeIDE
- Chapter 12 : Closing Remarks
- Title: Embedded Systems Object-Oriented Programming in C and C++
- Release date: August 2020
- Publisher(s): Packt Publishing
- ISBN: 9781800563148
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