The Embedded Working Group Newsletter - 262021-02-16
@cecton wrote a blog post targeted to experienced developers but embedded development beginners: Rust, Arduino and Embedded Development as a Beginner: Part 1
The Rust Embedded Working Group's MSRV (Minimum Supported Rust Version) policy has been updated and now only requires that crates build on the latest stable Rust release. See msrv for more details.
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- @eldruin released a platform-agnostic driver for the CCS811 indoor air quality sensor and published a blog post including example setups.
- @diondokter released a first version of device-driver which can aid driver developers in developing device drivers. For now only register interfaces are supported as is laid out in this twitter thread.
- @dbrgn released version 0.2 of the debouncr crate. It now supports stateful debouncing, meaning that the user can now choose whether every bouncing→stable transition should be detected as an edge, or only high↔︎low transitions.
This is the 26th newsletter of the Embedded WG where we highlight new progress, celebrate cool projects, thank the community, and advertise projects that need help!
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