Check out this new series of Tracealyzer tutorial videos that one of our users made last week. They include everything from using STM32 CubeMX to create a project, configuring the trace library, debug probe, and STM32 Nucleo board, all the way using Tracealyzer to view the FreeRTOS trace data.
New Tracealyzer video tutorial series:
Tutorial 1 – CubeMX Project creation
Tutorial 2 – Add and Configure the trace Library
Tutorial 3 – Flash ST-Link to Segger J-link
Tutorial 4 – Load the project in Nucleo STM32 board
Tutorial 5 – View Trace with Tracealyzer
Percepio’s market-leading visualization offers 25+ views, which are cleverly interconnected to allow viewing the trace from multiple perspectives, for instance CPU usage, memory allocation, task synchronization and communication events, as well as selected state variables and input/output values.
The insight provided by Tracealyzer facilitates debugging, validation, profiling, documentation and training. This can help avoid weeks of troubleshooting and vastly increase development speed.