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I agree. Do as with all designs:
* Read datasheets
* read application notes
* read design notes
* read through example designs
* read through evaluation board documentation
There's a good reason why manufacturers provide these infirmations
Same procedure as with analog design, high speed design, high power design .... read, read, read....