Compile and flash the Tock kernel and an application onto a supported board. This covers how to get the toolchain setup on your platform to start using and developing Tock.
Tock’s architecture is unique in providing isolation in the kernel using a language sandbox. Kernel components, like drivers and virtualization layers, are protected from each other with no resource overhead.
An end-to-end walkthrough of how Tock boots and runs a simple app. Reviews the responsibilities of each crate, the system call interface and the user-level library.