I’ve returned back to MBED thanks to Arduino’s teething problems with the Arduino Nano 33 BLE board and some of the shortcomings with using their ArduinoBLE library.
I now have a reasonable understanding of the MBED BLE API and have most of the MBED BLE examples working on my Arduino Nano 33 BLE, which I coded via the Arduino IDE.
I now want to test out my knowledge on other boards using the new MBED Studio, as I happen to have a few MBED compatible boards which include BLE, such as Cypress’s PSoC6 Pioneer board, NXP’s FRDM-KW41Z, Silabs Thunderboard Sense 2, Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF52840 dongle (not sure if this is MBED compatible though) and a BBC microbit.
However, I did notice that the FRDM-KW41Z and Silabs Thunderboard Sense 2 are not included as MBED board selection options for BLE on the mbed website.
Is there a reason for this?
So, assuming it is possible to write up a BLE example on MBED Studio, I thought to start with the Silabs Thunderboard Sense 2 board as this is MBED 6.x compatible.
Please could someone give me some high level pointers as to how approach this mini test project.
Thanks in advance.