Some resources to help you getting started with STM32 programming.
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In order to make space for the second set of USB ports, and the extended GPIO slot, the Composite video port (Yellow RCA block connector) got the chop.
According to Pi Team there's also an improved audio power supply so the audio output sounds nicer.
The nice thing about this jack is that its a 4-pole (TRRS) type connector. If you plug in stereo headphones it will work like a headphone jack. If you plug in an A/V cable like this:
You'll get stereo (red and white) plus video on the yellow cable.
If you're recycling some older cable - you may have to experiment with which cable color is which output. Different camcorders/iPods had different pinouts for audio vs video so don't be surprised if "white" is video and "yellow" is audio. It is not harmful to experiment as the voltage levels for video and audio are similar.
Got a TV with no HDMI input, but still want to hack your Raspberry Pi? Don't worry! The Raspberry Pi Model B+ comes equipped with a neat 4-Way Composite Video/Audio Jack, and we've got just the cable for you!
Plug this cable into your Raspberry Pi's composite 3.5mm Jack, and your Pi will output Video (1-line) and Audio (2-lines) via the three RCA connectors.