With thousands of guides covering a wide range of Arm chips and technologies, finding the specific information you need on s-o-c.org can feel overwhelming at times.
However, having the right strategies and using the available search tools can help you pinpoint the content you want in no time. This guide will walk you through some tips and tricks for efficiently locating the Arm resources you need on our site.
We are planning to categorize our guides & tutorials for specific chips by chip architecture like Cortex-A series, Cortex-M series, and Cortex-R Series, this can take a while.
We will also be building resource pages with all the reference manuals, datasheets, and everything else you might need for each of the cortex chips & Arm’s development tools.
So, whenever you need to find anything about any Arm chip, try one of the following methods.
Method 1. Use the navigation menu
We are still working on this…please check other methods.
Method 2. Use Google to find the most relevant page on s-o-c.org
This is way better and faster than using the main search bar on our website.
Do a Google search by appending our website to the end of your query, Google will surface all pages relevant to whichever chip/guide/tutorial you are looking for.
Format: [what you are looking for] s-o-c.org
Cortex M33 s-o-c.org
Cortex M1 32×32 bit multiplication s-o-c.org
Cortex M4 registers s-o-c.org
In the meantime, don’t forget to:
- Bookmark useful pages as you discover them so you can reference them easily later.
- Subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date on new guides and resources as they are published.
Following these tips will help you cut through the vast amount of content to quickly locate the specific educational materials and documentation you need!