We have prepared some examples in case you would like to work with DATAFLOW Runtime without using DATAFLOW Designer. The examples will be distributed together with your purchased license.
In this article we demonstrate how you can get a simple application up and running on your target hardware. The example should give you an idea how things are defined and structured to help you with building your own DATAFLOW application.
We have picked the ST32F103MD example for this purpose. We will use the IAR Embedded Workbench 8.40 as Toolchain and the NUCLEO-F103RB board to execute the code.
All the available examples are structured the same way. You can basically follow this guide with a different demo project that comes with your DATAFLOW Runtime license.
Get the ST32F103MD Example Project Up and Running
Follow this steps to get your first "Blinki" application running on your Target Hardware .
- Download the ZIP-files provided by us when purchasing a license.
- Define a folder path for the DATAFLOW Runtime example and paste the downloaded ZIP files in there.
Figure 1 - ZIP-files for DATAFLOW Runtime Blinki Example
- Extract both ZIP-files into the same folder path on your windows computer
Figure 2 - Extracted ZIP-files for DATAFLOW Runtime Blinki Example
- Go to ..\examples\STM32F103MD\Binary.Runtime.CortexM\iar840
- Open the RuntimeDemo.eww with IAR Embedded Workbench 8.40
Figure 3 - DATAFLOW Runtime Blinki Example - IAR File
- Go to Project -> Rebuild All
Figure 4 - DATAFLOW Runtime Blinki Example - Rebuild All
- Go to Project -> Download and Debug
Figure 5 - DATAFLOW Runtime Blinki Example - Download and Debug
- The LED (LD2) should be flashing on your NUCLEO-F103RB board