Go to our ebook page at learn.mikroe.com/ebooks and do an in-page search for Dogan Ibrahim. You will find his name under 16 book titles. If you used his previous work to get acquainted with mikroC and 8-bit microcontrollers, then let him be your guide into the world of ARM® Cortex®-M MCUs.
As with other Dogan’s books, this one also offers to instruct the reader through practical projects. Split into beginner, elementary, and intermediate categories, there is a total of 31 projects featured in this 300-pager.
The book is targeted for beginners. Perhaps those who want to make the leap from 8-bit to 32-bit development.
For the sake of simplicity, the projects are based on a single chip, STM32F107VC6T0 – which happens to be the default MCU on EasyMx for STM32.
As Dogan’s previous title “Internet of Things – an introduction with PIC microcontrollers”, “Beginner to Intermediate ARM Microcontroller Projects” is published by Elektor. It’s available for $46 with a discount for Elektor members.