Hello fellow members,
I am trying to determine the best way to program an STM32 chip using the Arduino IDE. I am in the process of creating a custom ergonomic keyboard. I wrote my own firmware that utilizes a switch matrix along with the Arduino keyboard library. I am using a pro micro, which sports an AtMega32u4 chip. Everything works great. However, I am told I have to use an STM32 chip for various reasons, including cost.
I chose the STM32F072C8T6 as it supports USB. I already have a Nucleo board with this chip on it. I am trying to decide on how to program this chip. I can go down the route of using Keil uVision 5. This is something I am not experienced at, but I am sure I will figure it out eventually. I have a 'blue pill' board and a Teensy 3.2 and both have Corex-M chips on them. Would I be able to program my STM32 chip with Arduino IDE the same way? Thanks