The literature on the AVR?

Good day, decided to seriously deal with microcontrollers. Now attracting AVR, a pretty small price and convenience when prototyping.

Now I'm looking for a detailed book on AVR, but the only thing I do not like in most books is used by the assembler, which I don't know, but I know si. It would be ideal if there even was given the necessary knowledge of electrical engineering (Well, here, I think I'm dreaming)

In fact, a question — are there books for beginners, but with a code in C; and whether to start writing in asm, then going to sea at all?
October 8th 19 at 02:19
4 answers
October 8th 19 at 02:21
Read the series of articles AVR. Training course. — very easy to understand and laid out on the shelves.
From architecture frameworks (archive).
Programming assebler and With.
In the same cycle considered connecting various peripherals, etc. Yes, and the website is very good for the novice it explains everything.
About Assembly language there can be read: C vs Assembler - oswaldo_Schulist commented on October 8th 19 at 02:24
October 8th 19 at 02:23
First I recommend to explore the "AVR Mega" A. V. Evstifeev 2007. This book is very detailed architecture of microcontrollers (by the way there is a similar book by the same author for the family of tiny.
Well, and then proceed to the programming, reading a book Belov A.V. "Development of devices on microcontrollers AVR step from "teapot" to Pro" A. V. Belov 2013.
In the second book the examples of programs in assembler and in C.
October 8th 19 at 02:25
1. Not "serious enough" to deal with microcontrollers without knowing the language is Assembly.
2. Datasheet.
October 8th 19 at 02:27
CodeVisionAVR. A manual for beginners.
When I started with her poking around, quite clear and used si.

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