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Using FreeRTOS multi-tasking in Arduino
The Arduino IDE and environment has many drivers and libraries available within an arms reach, but the Arduino environment is limited to just setup() and loop() and doesn’t support multi-tasking effectively.
This is a simple, easy to use and robust FreeRTOS implementation that can just shim into the Arduino IDE as a Library and allow the use of the best parts of both environments, seamlessly.
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