After setting up the STM8S library we are ready to build our first project. Here's how to set up Code::Blocks, build a very simple program and flash it to the device.
An 1KEA kids' table, a paper roll and some spare parts: That's all you need to build a painting table with semi-automatic paper feed.
Many not-so-expensive coffee grinders don't have much metal parts. This makes them vulnerable to electrostatic charging. The result: Coffee grains spray from the nozzle like snow in a blizzard. What can you do about it?
Unrestrained code generation for the STM8S Discovery board: Here's how to set up the free SDCC compiler and the Code::Blocks IDE (also free) under Windows.
So I got one of those really cheap development boards based upon STM's STM8S105C6. Now, how do we build code?