Arduino has been dominant in the Maker industry for a long period, and there have been a number of competitive boards offering something unique. ST Microelectronics has been the underdog in the maker community; however, its range of Nucleo development boards are becoming popular where faster processing and more memory is required.
There are a lot of great features about the Nucleo boards. First, they are mbed compatible, making them a great way for beginners to get into the world of ARM development. Second, and more importantly, they are Arduino pin compatible, which gives you full access to all Arduino-compatible shields.
Currently there are 3 form factors of the ST Nucleo range of boards: Nucleo-32, Nucleo-64, and Nucleo-144. Each board offers something different with a total range of 27 Nucleo variations to choose from.
Learn about the details of the Nucleo development ecosystem. This includes covering the features and benefits of the Nucleo development boards as well as discussing the software and hardware details of these boards.