Full API list
Platform APIs provide general purpose MCU management infrastructure, common data structures and a consistent user experience on top of different standard libraries and toolchains.
|Callback||CriticalSectionLock||Memory tracing||Shared pointer||ATCmdParser|
|DeepSleepLock||Time||Error handling||Span||Mbed statistics|
Driver APIs include analog and digital inputs and outputs on development boards, as well as digital interfaces, which allow your board to interface with a computer or external devices.
The Mbed OS RTOS capabilities include managing objects such as threads, synchronization objects and timers. It also provides interfaces for attaching an application-specific idle hook function, reads the OS tick count and implements functionality to report RTOS errors.
|Semaphore||MemoryPool||EventFlags||Kernel interface functions|
Network socket APIs
Network socket APIs include the application programming interface for IP networking. In Mbed OS, this API supports both TCP and UDP protocols.
Network interfaces APIs
Network interfaces are the application level APIs where users choose the driver, connectivity method and IP stack. These include ethernet, Wi-Fi, cellular and mesh interfaces.
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) APIs
Bluetooth low energy (BLE) is a low power wireless technology standard for building personal area networks. Typical applications of BLE are health care, fitness trackers, beacons, smart home, security, entertainment, proximity sensors, industrial and automotive.
Arm Mbed OS provides a native network stack for LoRaWAN. LoRaWAN is a technology designed for low-power battery-powered devices. These devices operate in an unlicensed spectrum, creating high density wide-area networks.
You can use Near-Field Communication (NFC), a short-range radio technology, to enable use cases such as contactless payments, access control and device pairing.
With Arm Mbed TLS, a comprehensive SSL/TLS solution, you can include cryptographic and SSL/TLS capabilities in your code.
The storage APIs include file system APIs, for file system operations, and block devices, which provide the raw storage for the file systems.