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Arduino multi-tasking with FreeRTOS

Arduino multi-tasking with FreeRTOS
Arduino multi-tasking with FreeRTOS

Arduino multi-tasking with FreeRTOS

Learn how to construct multitasking programs using FreeRTOS and Arduino.

What you’ll learn

Arduino multi-tasking with FreeRTOS

  • Learn how to multitask using FreeRTOS and Arduino.
  • You learn how to utilize FreeRTOS in your own projects and have a deeper grasp of how it works.
  • Learn how to use real-world apps like data logging and picture processing.
  • Get access to project files and code samples that you may download.
  • Attention: Learn how to construct multitasking programs using FreeRTOS and Arduino.
  • Learn how to make a multitasking app using FreeRTOS and Arduino.

Requirements

  • No programming experience is required, just basic Arduino knowledge and a desire to learn.

Description

The Arduino multitasking course is an excellent way to get acquainted with FreeRTOS. The course is well-organized and straightforward, making it ideal for newcomers. You’ll learn how to create tasks, manage them, and coordinate them all at the same time.

I’ll go into the theory behind FreeRTOS in this course. After completing this course, you should have a better grasp of FreeRTOS and what it can achieve for your microcontroller.

Why should you enroll in this course?

  • Learn how to construct concurrent applications using the FreeRTOS kernel and Arduino.
  • Acquire a thorough grasp of multitasking ideas and how FreeRTOS implements them.
  • Recognize the advantages and disadvantages of adopting multitasking over polling or interrupt-based techniques.
  • Get a comprehensive course curriculum that covers everything from the fundamentals to advanced subjects.
  • Learn how to use tasks in Arduino to do many things at the same time.

This course will cover the following topics: components and supplies:

  • Other Arduino Boards and the Arduino UNO
  • FreeRTOS

Most operating systems allow many applications, or threads, to run simultaneously. This is referred to as multitasking. Every single processor core is only able to run one thing at a time.

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Who this course is for:

  • For programmers
  • Learners Developers Arduino Geeks everyone that is new to Arduino

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