I’m planning to use the Particle Electron to store a large number of data points in Internal Flash. I realize that there is a emulated EEPROM library but the limits mentioned in the documentation is 4096 bytes, I need closer to 64Kbytes.
I have enough space to spare, the compiler shows the below,
Flash used 4840 / 110592 4.4 %
RAM used 1608 / 20480 7.9 %
My primary question being, how do I access this space through the particle IDE? Normally, I would just declare a cost uint8 array and the linker will place/reserve the array in Flash.
After that, usually there is a low level call through which I can rewrite the Flash array row-by-row(unsure of row-size of STM32 so any info there helps too).
Is there a library to help support operations like this?