Arduino Programming By Ryan Turner
- Narrated by: Russell Newton
- Length: 3 hrs and 11 mins
- Release date: 04-08-19
Arduino Programming AudioBook Summary
In case you’ve never heard of an Arduino before, it is an open-source electronic interface that has two parts: the first is the programmable circuit board, and the other is a coding program of your choice to run to your computer. Arduinos come in many forms, including the Arduino Uno, LilyPad Arduino, Redboard, Arduino Mega, Arduino Leonardo, and others which we will explain later on.
If you’re unfamiliar with programming, this is a good place to start. The Arduino can be programmed in various types of programming languages, and its wide array of Arduino options can give you more programming experience. Arduinos come with additional attachments, some in the form of sensors, and others can be obtained anywhere and can be attached to the various ports on an Arduino. Arduino is a great stepping stone on the way to understanding programming and sensor interaction.
In programming languages, there is always the well-known program “Hello World” that is showcased on the screen. In the micro-controller world that we are in, this phase or first program is indicated by a blinking of the light “on” and “off” to show that everything you have set up works correctly.
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