Guide to Modular Firmware

This is for embedded software developers with a solid working knowledge of C or C++, but who struggle with large and complex projects.

This article is for embedded software developers with a solid working knowledge of C or C++, but who struggle with large and complex projects.

If you learn to develop embedded code, e.g. using the Arduino IDE, you find plenty of small example programs. It is helpful to get things started quickly, but as soon as your project begins to grow, help related to software design is rare.

In contrast, when you learn software development for desktop applications, project structures and software design is an integral part of the learning process.

In this short article, I will give you a simple guide on how you can build a modular structure for your firmware. This will keep your code clean and maintainable for large and complex projects.”

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