Embedded Systems Object-Oriented Programming in C and C++
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Embedded Systems Object-Oriented Programming in C and C++

End-to-End Firmware and Driver Development: UART,GPIO,TIMER, etc. From Datasheet to Embedded C and C++
4.2 (72 ratings)
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Last updated 7/2020
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This course includes
  • 12 hours on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Apply Objected-Oriented Principles to Firmware development
  • Write Objected-Oriented Embedded-C Applications
  • Write Objected-Oriented Embedded-C++ Applications
  • Write Embedded Systems Drivers and Libraries using Objected Oriented C and C++
  • Write firmware by applying Object-Oriented principles like Polymorphism, Inheritance and Encapsulation in C and C++
  • Write embedded drivers from scratch in C++ using information from the datasheet. E.g. GPIO drivers, TIMERS drivers, UART drivers etc.
  • Write embedded drivers from scratch in object-oriented C using information from the datasheet. E.g. GPIO drivers, TIMERS drivers, UART drivers etc.
Requirements
  • No prior knowledge
Description

Welcome to the Embedded Systems Object-Oriented Programming course.

This course is for anyone seeking to improve their embedded  firmware development skills. This course focuses on how to apply object-oriented principles to embedded firmware development.

By the end of this course  you will be able to write Objected-Oriented Embedded-C Applications as well as Objected-Oriented Embedded-C++ Applications.

REMEMBER : I have no doubt you will love this course. Also it comes with a  FULL money back guarantee for 30 days!  So put simply, you really have nothing to loose and everything to gain.

Who this course is for:
  • This course is for anyone seeking to improve their embedded  firmware development skills. This course focuses on how to apply object-oriented principles to embedded firmware development.
Course content
Expand all 42 lectures 12:11:54
+ Object-Oriented Firmware Programming
4 lectures 02:08:34
Coding : Developing a UART Driver for monitoring results
41:58
Coding : Creating an LED class in Object-Oriented C (Part I)
29:54
Coding : Creating an LED class in Object-Oriented C (Part II)
29:58
Coding : Creating an LED class in C++
26:44
+ Implementing Inheritance in Embedded-C and C++
4 lectures 50:54
Coding : Inheriting a Class in Object-Oriented C (Part 1)
16:28
Coding : Inheriting a Class in Object-Oriented C (Part 3)
07:36
Coding : Implementing Inheritance in C++
18:12
+ Developing an Object -Oriented GPIO Driver and Library in C From Scratch
9 lectures 02:23:47
Coding : Implementing a Structure to hold Registers
36:54
Coding : Implementing the RCC Registers Structure
24:26
Coding : Testing the Driver
11:56
Coding : Adding all GPIO Ports to the Driver
12:41
Coding : Creating the Interface and Implementation files
03:23
Coding : Implementing the Library
28:28
Notice
00:27
Coding : Implementing the Library Functions
20:43
Coding : Testing the Library
04:49
+ Implementing Polymorphism in Embedded-C and C++
3 lectures 01:08:51
Coding : Another another class to our firmware in C
15:03
Coding : Implementing Polymorphism in C (Part I )
29:51
Coding : Implementing Polymorphism in C (Part II )
23:57
+ More General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) Features (Optional)
1 lecture 32:40
Coding : Extending the GPIO Library for handling Alternate Functions
32:40
+ Developing an Object -Oriented GPIO Driver and Library in C++ From Scratch
1 lecture 48:04
Coding : Developing our General Purpose Input / Output Library in C++
48:04
+ Developing an Object -Oriented UART Driver and Library in C From Scratch
5 lectures 01:30:35
Coding : Implementing the UART Registers Structure
21:06
Coding : Developing the UART Driver
23:27
Coding : Developing the UART Library (PART I)
37:58
Coding : Developing the UART Library (PART II)
05:15
Coding : Testing the UART Library
02:49
+ Developing an Object -Oriented SysTick Timer Library in C From Scratch
3 lectures 45:24
Coding : Implementing the SysTick Registers Structure
15:03
Coding : Implementing the SysTick Library C
14:23
Coding : Implementing the SysTick Library C++
15:58