About a month ago, I started something new, not entirely sure I would be able to keep up with the cadence. Every week, I look at the most interesting changes in the main Zephyr repository, and cover the highlights in my Zephyr Weekly Update.
Beyond the dozens (!) of new boards and drivers that were contributed, some of the key developments include:
- Added support for NVMe ;
- Added a new retention subsystem for persisting data without having to rely on non-volatile storage ;
- Several Bluetooth enhancements, including the added support for PAwR (Periodic Advertising with Responses) ;
- New API for real-time clock ICs, with several drivers for popular chips and shields being added too.
I will let you catch up on all the weekly digests from last month by clicking on the images below, and don’t hesitate to subscribe here to not miss future upates!
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